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Workers in South Carolina try to remove the invasive plant kudzu. Kudza has been confirmed in Summit, Portage and Cuyahoga counties. (MCT File Photo)
Kudzu, a climbing vine native to Asia, seen in Georgia. With the changing climate the warmer winters are stretching the growing season which the conditions could become ripe for kudza to grow in our area. Kudza has been confirmed in Summit, Portage and Cuyahoga counties. (University of Georgia Press)