Kudzu is one of the 4 fastest growing plants on the planet. Including bamboo, kelp and corn, kudzu can grow up to 1 foot (12 inches) a day. Kelp is faster, at 2 feet.
about 1 inch a year
It depends. Your heart can beat fast as a kid and get slower as you grow old.
because you muscles need more blood to keep moving fast ... so your heart pumps quicker to get this blood to your muscles. :D
really fast. well depending on tank. below 10g 1inch per month, above 10g 2inch per month. i had a rainbow shark in 6.6g and was about 2 ich when i bought it and after about 3 month 6 and a half inch length and with was 2 inch. had to give it to my nearest pet store.
Because it just does.
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.
a marshmellow tree kudzu!
Vines can grow on houses, particularly ivy or kudzu.
it would grow in warm places like maybe the dessert.
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Kudzu actually comes from Asia. Two expositions that took place in America displayed this kudzu. The first was the Philadelphia Exposition in 1876 and the second was the New Orleans Exposition in 1884 where more kudzu was imported. Because of how fast the kudzu grows, it has now taken over many parts of America.
The answer is Kudzu, if you are doing the big crossword.
Kudzu needs water and the southwest is too dry. It is a very invasive plant and many are trying to stop its spread.
Please tell me you're not trying to grow kudzu on purpose. If you are located in the United States, there is a ban in most all states from any type of kudzu propagation be it commercially or privately. (from Greenwood Nursery)