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An invasive, perennial vine, kudzu is native to Asia.
From wild hogs to fire ants to kudzu AL.com's series on invasive species has provided in-depth looks at 10 of the most damaging invasive species currently creeping, crawling or rooting through Alabama.
Congress in the 1930s actually used kudzu as a soil erosion deterrent.
Lately Bouley has been reaching for one ingredient preferentially: kuzu, the powdered root of the kudzu plant, which is used in Japanese cooking.
To make matters worse, as the soil eroded kudzu was planted on the canyon’s evolving banks in an attempt to stave off the erosion.
Solutions,’’ one of the most invasive pieces of verbal kudzu ever to infect our valley.
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Origin and Etymology of kudzu
First Known Use: 1876See Words from the same year
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