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http://hardybamboo.org/2014/02/10/growing-bamboo-for-profit/ Here is what I'm doing about my future. What are you going to do about yours? Want to learn how you can secure your family's future? Then Check this out!!!

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• Bamboo is the most wonderful, natural and renewable resource capable of rapid growth that can avoid future deforestation of our precious tropical rainforests.
• Bamboo is easy to cut, handle, repair, reposition and maintain, without the need for sophisticated tools or equipment.
• Because of its extraordinary physical characteristics,  Bamboo is suitable for all types of structures and constructions.
• Bamboo is non-polluting and does not have crusts or parts that can be considered waste. Instead of adding to the problems of polluting land-fills like conventional building waste, any part of the bamboo that is not used is recycled back into the earth as fertilizer or can be processed as bamboo charcoal. 
• Its circular form and hollow sections make bamboo a light building material, which is easy to handle, transport and store. Therefore, building with bamboo saves time.
• Bamboo can be utilized for permanent and for temporary constructions. 
• In each of its nodes, bamboo has a dividing or transverse wall that maintains strength and allows bending thus preventing rupturing when bent. Because of this fantastic characteristic a bamboo construction offers superior earthquake-resistance. 
• The composition of the fibers in the walls of the bamboo allows it to be cut length-wise or cross cut in pieces of any length, using simple manual tools like the machete.
• The natural surface of the bamboo is smooth, clean, with an attractive color which does not require painting, scraping or polishing.
• Besides being used as a structural element, bamboo can also serve other functions, such as: flooring, wall paneling, water pipes, drainage, and furniture
• Bamboo can be used in combination with other types of construction materials, like reinforcing materials for foundations. 
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