Not only is it strong,

but forests of them are pretty as hell.  Would love to see it springing up here.

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  1. I don’t suppose they remember kudzu festivals….

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  2. 60-100yr seeding cycle. ONly way you’ve got a kudzu problem with these is if you’re secretly an elf.

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  3. Not me!

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  4. Russ, that’s not accurate, my mom and dad have bamboo in their backyard and they have to cut it back regularly or it will take over the yard. In three years it went from being just around the fence by the house to being all down the fence and across the back. It spreads really fast.

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  5. Different species spread at different speeds, Mexalopotis. And running bamboo vs. clumping bamboo also spread their rhizomes differently (usually, the runners are the ones trying to CONQUER ALL REAL ESTATE BWAHAHA)

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