This week’s featured video was published by Clemson Extension to provide information on identifying and controlling Kudzu vines.

Kudzu is an aggressive leguminous vine capable of growing 1 foot per day. It can easily grow 60 feet in a single growing season. It also roots at the nodes, establishing new root crowns on vines growing on the ground. Controlling Invasive Plants in North Florida Forests

For herbicides and control options, use the following publication links:
Alabama Extension’s publication: Kudzu Control in Forests, Rights-of-Way & Natural Areas
UF/IFAS Extension’s publication:  Controlling Invasive Plants in North Florida Forests

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