[permaculture] The March of Kudzu.
Margaret L. Wilson
booldawgs at frontiernet.net
Sat Apr 19 02:07:53 EDT 2008
Interesting pictures. It seems like such a waste if this can be used as
forage or even a human food. It looks like it would feed a lot of cows or
sheep if it is a forage. I have never lived where this stuff grows but I
have read a bit about it. Why isn't it being fed to livestock or used for
biofuel or something useful. I have to work, really work to grow enough
forage for my livestock. This is too easy.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lawrence F. London, Jr." <lflj at intrex.net>
To: <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 9:01 PM
Subject: [permaculture] The March of Kudzu.
> King Kudzu at its best:
> Kuzu Covered Houses
> Few houses are abandoned and allowed to be taken over by vegetation.
> However, in parts of the south including the city
> of Atlanta those that are, are susceptible to being engulfed by kudzu.
> Some make interesting natural sculptures. Here
> are 40 buildings and old houses in 52 images which are visible from
> highways and streets in Georgia, Alabama and South
> Blog entry:
> Houses Covered in Kudzu
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