That was the exact reply I was hoping to get. :-)
I could plant it in open fields subject to drying in summer, no trees
nearby to "hang out in". Lots of compost, weed eradication and harvestable
tuber, not to mention nitrogen fixing plus soil tilth improvement from
shading and cooling by the kudzu. I wonder if it could co-exist with
lespedeza, also a very vigorous grower, and drought resistant.
Help hold back the next ice age, plant more kudzu. I wonder of any
pollinators benefit from the deliciously fragrant kudzu blooms?
> 5 years. The Himalaya blackberry fills that "niche" as a really noxious
> invader. Well, noxious except for the very tasty fruit.
Any kin to the common wild blackberry we have here in the Eastern US?
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