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The Natural Builder Volume 3: Earth And Mineral Plasters

As referenced in The Natural House, D. Chiras and Mother Earth News, Issue 203A. Featured on Do It Yourself Network, "Talk2DIY" (2002).Organic materials need to breathe or they will begin to rot in the presence of moisture. Adobe, light clay and straw walls need to breathe in order to keep the moisture content of the wall under 20% for straw and 4-12% for adobe depending on their plasticity index...

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Publisher: Natural Builder (March 1, 2012)
Publication Date: March 1, 2012
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