How to help efforts to fight invasive plants
“I'm as Mad as Hell...”
Since: Mar 07
Your Neighbor & Friend
#1 Oct 9, 2008
A few years ago, I dug up some kudzu roots from a friends property down near the Cherokee National Forest (eastern TN). Planted them in Akron in hopes of having the evasive foliage overtake the city. Unfortunately, it couldn't withstand our winter.
Thus, Akron remains.
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