Rolled bamboo fencing is made of small rods of bamboo or split bamboo canes that are tied in rolls, usually around 15 meters long and 6 meters high. As fast-growing plant, bamboo is considered to be environmentally friendly sealing material and one that stands up well beyond that.
Directions to install rolled bamboo fencing: the wall course outlines using ropes and mark along the fence line every 6 feet. Dig a hole after about 2 meters deep in each mark. Insert a piece of wood in each hole to the poles. Back fill the hole with dirt post.
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Unwind the roll of bamboo fence only about 5 inches and set the roll edge against the face of the near post. Drive six flat-head nails through the bamboo roll to the post, one to each foot. Unroll the fencing to the near post, pull it taut and fasten it with nails in the second post. Continue along the fence line in this way.
Cut three pieces of wire. Bend the wire into “U” and poke the ends through rolled bamboo fencing around 3 inches from the top of the first post. Wrap the wire around the post firmly and repeat in the middle of the post and 3 cm from the bottom.