Forest Invasive Plants Resource Center - http://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/invasiveplants/ Kudzu climbing and smothering trees. 3-part compound leaf of kudzu.
www.btny.purdue. edu/weedscience/ Kudzu In Indiana History: Kudzu (Pueraria montana) is as close to a celebrity that a plant can become. It has become a part of the culture in the southern United States.
Weed of the Week Kudzu Pueraria montana (Lour.) Mer. PUMOL Native Origin : Japan, China; introduced in early 1900's for erosion control, livestock feed, and folk art Description : Kudzu is a climbing, semi-woody, perennial vine in the Pea family (Fabaceae) that grows 35 to 100 feet long.
Invasive Alien Plant Species of Virginia Kudzu Kudzu Kudzu Kudzu Kudzu (Pueraria lobata (Willd.) Ohwi) _____ _____ ...
Kudzu is distributed south as far as Florida, and as far west as eastern Oklahoma and Texas. The most severe infestations occur in the piedmont regions of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.
ARIZONA WEED NOTES 11 Dec 2007 Phoenix, AZ ARIZONA KUDZU - One year UpDate [ By Dr. Ed Northam, Weed Biologist, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension - Phoenix, AZ 602/470-8086 ext 339 ] Last September, Arizona's first reported population of Kudzu [ Pueraria montana (Lour.
Kudzu Control Methods and Strategies Kudzu is an extremely aggressive plant. Left unchecked, kudzu devalues property in several ways: • Kudzu will displace native grasses and forbs, leaving nothing more than an unsightly monoculture of kudzu vines and brambles.
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Invasive Species Biology, Control, and Research : Part 1: Kudzu (Pueraria montana)
The Kudzu File by C. Ritchie Bell, UNC Chapel Hill and NC Botanical Gardens; and Charles Reagan Wilson, University of Mississippi Entry from The Encyclopedia of Southern Culture , University of North Carolina Press: 1989.