Use of Bamboo in Construction. Bamboo is a lightweight construction material, it is easier to handle and less use of cement footing.
Bamboo has been used to create a variety of instruments including flutes, mouth organs, saxophones, trumpets, drums, xylophones. Using it does not...
Bamboo Construction is starting to become a viable alternative to the growing shortage in timber used for conventional construction. Learn how bamboo can be used for construction.
With Bamboo emerging as a top contender for sustainable living, what are the pros of having a Bamboo garden? Is there any reason not to plant Bamboo at all?
In the world of forestry, bamboo doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. Dismissed as a weed or marginalized in traditional forest management, bamboo could actually play an important role in forest and landscape restoration.
No longer deemed as a poor man’s timber: the Philippine Bamboo plants are used for a great variety of purposes, especially in East and Southeast Asia.
Bamboo can be turned into an actual value product, with some value products being more complicated to produce than others.
If we used bamboo for more construction purposes, we would save many trees and primary forests from deforestation.
Pseudosasa japonica, Arrow Bamboo, is common and a very hardy temperate bamboo suited to a variety of conditions.
DAVAO CITY TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS For the upcoming 1st Regional Bamboo Bootcamp in February 2021, the question that first comes to mind is: What are...