Justin Newcombe gives a how-to guide to building your own bamboo screen.
Set up a stringline, which runs a foot or so past where the fence will start and finish. This gives a flat plane against which to set the posts.
Dig the holes for the end two posts. I used 2.4m posts and my fence is 1.8m high, so the post holes were 600mm deep. Use extra strength, quick-set concrete to set the posts - it's easy to mix and handle.
Set a stringline at the top of the end two posts to help you set the rest of the posts at the correct height. I used a stringline level to make sure the top of the fence was even.
Mark out and dig the holes for the rest of the posts. Place each post in the ground and set at the right height.
If you have a helper and use quick set concrete you can set your posts without bracing them, but if you are working alone it's best to brace them first.
Once the concrete has set, mark out and nail up the rails. I fixed these to the front of the posts instead of setting them inside each post. This meant a lot less time was spent cutting and nailing.
A quick grip clamp is handy if you're building your fence alone.
The bamboo screen is quite thin so before I attached it I stapled weed mat to the posts and rails to use as a background.
Roll out the bamboo screen and nail it up with fencing staples.
Use a level to make sure that the bamboo canes are reasonably straight.
Nail a capping along the top of the fence (I used 50 x 100mm pine) and then frame the screen with a small profile trim (I used 20 x 50mm) pine.
Stain all the timber and the bamboo twice.