Direction is given to the secondary root systems using hollowed out Betel nut tree trunks. The tree trunks are laid out in a horizontal orientation, along with bamboo scaffolding to make-way for a rough temporary bridge.
Aerial roots being guided by man-made scaffolding.
Without any other direction to grow, the secondary roots grow out in length at a rapid pace. When it makes contact with soil on the other side the Wár-Khasis tend to it until it takes root.