Fiber

Leaf Litter

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Fiber

DEGRADES: 30 days
DECAYS TO: Organic Soil
DECAYS FROM: Warmth, Moisture

DESCRIPTION:
When deciduous leaves break down to the point they are no longer individually recognizable, they become leaf litter. While they are not as effecacious as dry leaves, they do still retain a modicum of their properties.

COST: 1 LP

Cattail Fluff

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Fiber

DEGRADES: 10 days
DECAYS TO: Organic Rubbish
DECAYS FROM: Moisture

DESCRIPTION:
Collected from the seed heads in late fall to early winter, this makes excellent insulation.

REFERENCE:
https://www.permacultureproject.com/plant-of-the-month-cattail-the-super...

COST: 30 LP

Oat Straw

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Fiber

DESCRIPTION:
Not a sturdy form of plant fiber, makes very poor cordage, but fairly good for filling purposes, like bedding. Can be combined with mud to make a sturdy building material.

COST: 10 LP

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