Kudzu can out-grow and out-compete native plants and ruin entire forested areas.Efforts to control and manage this invasive plant are necessary in order to ensure that Indiana is not overrun by kudzu like in the South.
Gritting my teeth, I split my small group of tutors among the crowd and sat down for an impromptu workshop with the eighth graders. In other words, they reminded me of myself…\r\n\r\n I was born with a speech impediment that weakened my mouth muscles. I joined no clubs in primary school, instead preferring isolation.
It took six years of tongue twisters and complicated mouth contortions in special education classes for me to produce the forty-four sounds of the English language.\r\n\r\n Then, high school came.
Although we had already learned about Jerry’s enthusiasm for debate in other parts of his application, this essay gave so much more depth into why this activity is meaningful for him.
Given what he shared in his essay, we can imagine Jerry being an active participant both in and out of the classroom.","Jerry’s essay helped the admissions committee understand his background and how he persevered and grew through debate.
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It spreads through runners (stems that root at the tip when in contact with moist soil), rhizomes and by vines that root at the nodes to form new plants.
Although the plant does seed, it does not reproduce as quickly in this matter.
Indiana's Department of Natural Resources suggests that if herbicides are used to apply in the late summer when the plants are more susceptible to transferring the chemicals into storage organs making it more effective.
Though many will agree that the blooms of kudzu plants (above) are mighty pretty, the upheaval it may cause to the rest of your garden isn't.