Yes. In my hometown of Toledo, Ohio there are people who plant it to help from erosion into Lake Erie. However, the vines usually take over HUGE areas before the city finally realizes what it is.
Yes it is still a problem in many parts of the world. Kudzu was discovered in July 2009 in a small patch, 110 meters wide and 30 meters deep near the shore of Lake Eerie. In the Southern U.S. it has been spreading at a rate of 150,000 acres annually. This has caused the costs of controlling this plant to increase by almost 6 million dollars annually.
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