I like it.
It definitely is a hard working immigrant.
Cut for for high quality nitrogen rich mulch and direct that to plants, trees and compost that you want, graze it and convert it into protein and animal tractor it where you want to remove it.
We can also eat it in various ways.
P.S. For those concerned about killing the plant. 1. get goats to consume all the foliage as well as new seedlings the next few years. 2. Remove the root crown. The root crown is all that needs to be removed, NOT the entire root.
For all of the above I should say "for land that has been advertised for sale." I can't say what happens in the informal market, but as a stranger you will be hard pressed to tap into that market anyway. But no, average people don't see kudzu on their property and then assume it's worth less.
That said, you can find some mighty nice permie acreage in kudzu land, without or without the vines, for a reasonable price. Finding affordable land near employment is much, much harder, but I suppose that's the case anywhere.
When was the last time you passed a kudzu forest you knew, only to find it was a soybean farm? If I remove myself from the permies state of mind I view kudzu land as worthless myself.
We noticed he had no friends. So we gave him this tiny ad:
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