Tips and Guide on Kudzu Plant Care
Kudzu plants grow up to a foot daily in warm months. That means if left alone, it can get out of control especially if it’s not in a pot.
How do you care for kudzu plants to make sure that they grow as you wish them to? (in a controlled manner) Here are some tips to help you care for your Kudzu plant:
- Keep the soil moist. It shouldn’t be too wet neither should it be too dry
- Ensure that the plant gets direct sunlight
- Prune it especially when you notice it getting too tall quickly
- If there are bugs on the plant, get a pesticide and spray it on the plant using a spray bottle. Spray again after a couple of days depending on how strong the infestation is.
The best part about having decorative plants at home is the beautiful flowers that bloom from most of these plants. The kudzu plant is fun to have around as it doesn’t require so much care.
The plant has proven to be very useful for people and the environment too. Some people use it as food for grazing animals, to make baskets, and some people even come up with recipes to turn it into human food. Farmers living in sloppy areas plant kudzu to stop soil erosion