kudzu? why not?

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jvicars93

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I am in SW FL. We dont have kudzu that I notice here but read its horrible once it gets going but a good food for cattle. Seems perfect if you have a flat pasture for cattle to graze it down and if it grows 1 ft per night one could graze more per acre. Why don't I see any in FL? Why not a cover for cattle to graze vs bahia grass? I am sure this has been examined in SW FL but the idea of a fast growing - power packed food for cattle interests me. Thanks.
 

grannysoo

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You can come get all you want from South GA. If you plant kudzu, you'll probably end up in jail.

By the way, sheep love it!
 

LoveMoo11

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I'm pretty sure that kudzu is considered an invasive species and is restricted-not sure if its by state or the whole U.S.
 

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