Apparently rubber tree roots can be used to bridge streams.
Takes about ten years to become usable, according to the article:
Very pretty pictures.
rose macaskie wrote:
instead of picking the fruit that hang low you are trying to convince enemies of its worth [...]
You don't tell much but if you did everyone else might shut up. you just start things off.
who is Toby or skeeter.
Fred Morgan wrote:This should be very easy to do with strangler fig vines, and so cool too.
Joel Hollingsworth wrote:
Yes, that sounds like an absolutely perfect species.
I would consider trying to insoculate the dangling roots with vines below to form a truss, to make it usable sooner.
Fred Morgan wrote:
the stangler will merge the vines when they touch.
David Hartley wrote:WOW?!... Just... WOW!!!
so it's an aggressive volunteer. That sounds like a plus in this regard. Also if it's the the area anyways may as well put it to good use.
M Troyka wrote:English ivy is very invasive, and birds spread the seeds everywhere. It also tears down trees like kudzu, although it doesn't grow nearly as fast. Wisteria is also pretty bad in that respect.