[GSBN] Straw on edge with stick (stud) frame
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Tue Jul 5 07:39:08 CDT 2016
We've been doing this technique for a few years now, in a few different
ways. We coined a term "StrawCell" to describe the hybrid system, a web
search for that term should turn up a few blog posts and videos. I'm not
sure if I was the originator of the post, as others have been using this
technique as well, but I'd be happy to chat further.
On Mon, Jul 4, 2016 at 4:58 AM, Jim Carfrae <jim.carfrae at plymouth.ac.uk>
> A couple of years ago details of a bale wall system using bales on edge
> against a stick frame were posted here.
> I can’t find the original post, and would like to contact the originators
> of the idea.
> Can anyone out there help?
> Dr Jim Carfrae
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