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PeaPueraria lobata

Kudzu at Bega, NSW

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Pueraria lobata at Bega, NSW - 12 Mar 2018
Pueraria lobata at Bega, NSW - 12 Mar 2018
Pueraria lobata at Bega, NSW - 12 Mar 2018
Pueraria lobata at Bega, NSW - 12 Mar 2018

Identification history

Pea Pueraria lobata 12 Mar 2018 BettyDonWood755
Pea Pueraria lobata 12 Mar 2018 MaxCampbell1.7K


BettyDonWood755 wrote:
   12 Mar 2018
It now has a general biosecurity NSW. I have updated it to Noxious Pest.
JackieMiles1.1K wrote:
   12 Mar 2018
I don't know if you'd call this a naturalised population as it is in a suburban house yard. However, it is nicely demonstrating that the stuff can survive well in a location with some winter frosts. Friends who live nearby have had some frost sensitive garden plants killed or severely knocked back by frost, but the kudzu seems to hang in from year to year. It has been in this yard for many years, but is currently at the most extensive I have seen it, completely enveloping an old shed and climbing right to the top of a couple of tallish trees. I don't know if it ever produces seed. Our previous batch of photos from 2007 don't include any shots of pods. It was covering much less of the shed in 2007! I see from your link Betty, that there is nothing on the DPI website to say it has to be eradicated in southern NSW. Perhaps they don't expect it to be here.

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Location information

  • Coordinates 149.846160-36.680235
  • Places Bega, NSW

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Medium Weed or Pest

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 12 Mar 2018 10:36 AM Recorded on
  • MaxCampbell Recorded by
  • Website Reported via
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