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Kudzu is a fast-growing vine that is sometimes called "foot-a-night vine", "mile-a-minute vine", and "the vine that ate the South" in Southeastern United States.
Species: P. lobata
Binomial name: Pueraria lobata
Other names for this plant are:
Japanese: Kuzu (クズ or 葛?).
(Chinese: 葛根) gé gēn
Vietnam: sắn dây
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