I know of a kudzu patch where I could take a couple small cuttings from.
I know that sounds crazy to anyone who knows how kudzu grows in the Southeast.
I've heard that it makes great compost, and is also very nutritional. I'd like to have a supply of it, knowing it's not been sprayed with pesticides. But obviously I can't just plant it in the garden or our entire house will become a green jungle within a couple years.
I'll say it a again- I know it sounds crazy. But does anyone know of a controlled way to grow kudzu for frequent foliar harvesting (and pruning to keep it from getting too long)? Only thing I can think of is a container, and I would have to keep the drain holes away from the ground and trim the vines very frequently to keep them from spreading and rooting in the ground.