Act [7 U.S.C. 2801-2814] "provides authority for a regulatory system designed
to prevent the introduction into or through the United States of noxious weeds
from foreign countries. The Secretary is authorized to initiate control and
eradication actions against incipient infestations of noxious weed that are
introduced into this country."
I have been working extremely hard for years removing Kudzu--and
enlisting the help of neighbors, civic association, city officials, landscape
architects and federal grants--in a bid to keep Kudzu from taking over the
tiny city park/wooded area near my home. I see Kudzu killing trees everywhere
we go when I visit my siblings in Georgia and South Carolina. New evidence is
emerging that it may be spread by seed. Why plant Kudzu when the selection of
non-invasive forages and ornamental vines is plentiful?
mike richardson wrote:
> Okay children, draw near and listen well. For those that do not mind
> incuring the ridicule and wrath of neighbors, here are planting
> instructions for establishing kudzu.
To Unsubscribe: Email email@example.com with the command
"unsubscribe sanet-mg". If you receive the digest format, use the command
To Subscribe to Digest: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the command
All messages to sanet-mg are archived at: