Planting Kudzu

StephenPBarrettStephenPBarrett Adviser
edited January 2011 in Life
A few of my friends and I decided that it would be a great idea to start planting kudzu all over town. There is already a substantial amount in the uninhabited areas so we just took it and started planting it in public places. Tonight we planted some against a restroom building at the city park (it's barely a city and the park is very small, just the one bathroom building)


I know it is hard to see but I'll replace that with a daytime picture later.

The way I did this (I because I did all the work and they tagged along/drove) was that I just ripped a bunch of kudzu out of the ground and replanted it in a trench about 4in deep I dug at the side of the building. I know that kudzu is a very durable plant and can survive/thrive even without its roots if replanted but I'm not entirely sure this will work. After I had replaced the soil I turned on the split head water faucet so that they would spray lightly over the ground. I'm intending to do this at several other locations in town so if anyone has suggestions to help it would be greatly appreciated.


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