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Ancient Japanese Technique Provides To Produce Lumber Without Having To Cut Down Trees

The ancient Japanese technique called daisugi dates back to the 14th century. This forestry technique provides to produce lumber without having to cut down trees.

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Apparently, there’s an ancient Japanese forestry technique called “daisugi”

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Identical to the bonsai technique, this method developed back in the 14th century

It is used on sugi—a Japanese cedar or Japanese redwood in English

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The technique helped to produce lumber that’s way more dense than that of a regular sugi

The unique appearance of daisugi makes them appealing to have in ornamental gardens

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And there are still massive ancient daisugi around

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