Weekend With Japanese Invaders

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2013/09/09 13:36:48 (permalink)

Weekend With Japanese Invaders

I appreciate the Japanese; their culture, their food and the kindness they showed my son while he studied abroad.  But after spending hours pulling Japanese Stilt Grass, Japanese Honeysuckle and Mile-a-Minute Vine along the Appalachian Trail over the weekend, I’m beginning to feel a little less love.  Thank goodness we don’t live far enough south to have to deal with Kudzu!  What a pain.
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    CajunKing
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    Re:Weekend With Japanese Invaders 2013/09/10 20:31:24 (permalink)
    I saw Kudzu in WV a few weeks back, it is slowly creeping it's way north.
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    Re:Weekend With Japanese Invaders 2013/09/10 20:47:19 (permalink)
    Lived 3 years in Japan..  You have NO idea what's coming your way.
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    Treetop Tom
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    Re:Weekend With Japanese Invaders 2013/09/10 21:57:23 (permalink)
    CajunKing

    I saw Kudzu in WV a few weeks back, it is slowly creeping it's way north.

    I've seen small patches of it in southern Maryland, but I don't think it can overwinter yet, thank goodness.
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    Re:Weekend With Japanese Invaders 2013/09/10 23:38:28 (permalink)
    I had a jar of Kudzu Jelly gifted to me.
     
    Didn't grow on me.
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