lamas eat kudzu! lamas dont realy eat kudzu dont read this
isoprene is in a kudzu cell
Animals can eat kudzu with no problems.
None, kudzu is a plant.
Kudzu can be found in Japan and Asia.
It is the Chinese medicinal use of kudzu in treating alcoholism , however, that is the focus of many studies on kudzu.
what eats kudzu? Well the platasid eats the kudzu that is its natural habitat but in the U.S. bunnies and cows eat it
The characteristics of kudzu include pea-like growth in pods at rapid rates in hot, humid conditions with frequent rainfall. It does not fare well in freezing temperatures.
Yes, but kudzu its also used for erosion control and medical reasons.
The word Kudzu is mentioned at the beggining of page 51.
it would grow in warm places like maybe the dessert.
Kudzu. Kudzu is a vine that is native to southeast Japan and southern China. When it was introduced to the United States it took over viciously, now covering much of the native foliage of Georgia and North Florida. Kudzu looks like a green fuzzy suit that trees wear.
Kudzu grows pretty much anywhere it can find to grow. This includes parts of China, Japan, and southern parts of America. Kudzu is normally used as food for animals and humans.
The Latin scientific name for Kudzu, or the kudzu vine, is Pueraria lobata or Pueraria thunbergiana.See the related link(s) listed below for more information:
Kudzu got to the United States through introduction as part of the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876.
Magnoliophyta is the phylum that kudzu is in. It is the phylum of magnolia-like flowering plants. The weedy species in the Pueraria genus therefore manages a most ironic membership in the beloved, beneficial bean, legume and pea family Fabaceae.
Kudzu can be used to feed people, animals, control erosion and possibly help people with alcoholism.
Kudzu was introduced to the US in 1876 at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, as an ornamental plant
Kudzu - 1983 TV was released on: USA: 13 August 1983
Kudzu is a dangerous predator. It grows up to 7 feet a week. It takes 10-15 years to control a patch of kudzu. It has completely taken over the southern part of the united states.
What a cheater. I have the same school paper, same questions. Look it up, do the work yourself. Wow.