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  EDSCN1042.JPG - The soil/manure paste is pressed into a mold and overturned one by one into rows to dry in the sun. Once they are dry enough to handle, the green bricks are stacked (in the shade if possible) and covered to prevent too rapid drying and cracking.  
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9 | The soil/manure paste is pressed into a mold and overturned one by one into rows to dry in the sun. Once they are dry enough to handle, the green bricks are stacked (in the shade if possible) and covered to prevent too rapid drying and cracking.
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