The Organic Biological Concrete for Algae Growth

Posted on January 9, 2013 by mary

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Walls covered with vines will be particularly beautiful in summer and autumn, but the wall gaps become pest homes. Researchers of Spain Universitat Polit├Ęcnica de Catalunya have developed an organisms concrete fits the growth of algae, fungi and mosses without destroying wall structures. It is mainly with cement of magnesium phosphate making the walls have acidic environment for plant growth. Organic biological cement used in construction is with waterproof layer avoiding troubles of wet walls on rainy days.

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