Latest Kudzu Stories
Kudzu, an invasive vine that is spreading across the southeastern United States and northward, is a major contributor to large-scale increases of the pollutant surface ozone.
ATLANTA, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers who use Kudzu to find and refer their favorite handyman, dentist, plumber and other local service professionals can now see Experian's "BizCheck Approved" badge on those companies' Kudzu.com profiles.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden researchers has released a 20-year study which offers a grim outlook on the future of some native flora in the United States.
ATLANTA, Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Active kids need safe spaces to play outside, and busy parents need reliable service professionals to get things done. So Kudzu and KaBOOM! are bringing the two together.
Kudzu, the nuisance vine that has overgrown almost 10 million acres in the southeastern United States, may sprout into a dietary supplement. Scientists in Alabama and Iowa are reporting the first evidence that root extracts from kudzu show promise as a dietary supplement for a high-risk condition
An image of Jesus, or what could be Jesus, has been spotted in a kudzu vine growing on a utility pole next to railroad tracks in Raleigh, N.C. The resemblance was first spotted by customers of the Boylan Bridge Brewpub, The (Raleigh) News & Observer reported Wednesday.
Kudzu.com to offer business customers a comprehensive assortment of subscription-based productivity services through Odigo's MyBusinessMVP aggregation platform ATLANTA, March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Kudzu.com is forming a partnership with Atlanta-based Odigo Marketing to introduce On-Demand business productivity services to its small business customers. Beginning today, the companies are offering a comprehensive suite of affordable, online business applications for resale to Kudzu business...
Kudzu.com enables members to share valuable online referrals via Facebook Connect ATLANTA, Feb.
ATLANTA, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- With today's uncertain economy, consumers are doing their research more than ever before they spend.
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