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  • Japanese Knotweed Roots

    Japanese Knotweed Roots Japanese Knotweed roots can grow up to 3 meters deep and spread rapidly, causing structural damage to buildings and roads. Identifying and adequately removing Japanese Knotweed roots is crucial to preventing further spread and potential legal consequences. Hiring a professional Japanese Knotweed removal company is the best and safest way to remove…

  • Can Japanese Knotweed Spread On Shoes?

    Can Japanese Knotweed Spread On Shoes? Japanese knotweed is a highly invasive plant species that, due to its aggressive spreading, threatens the environment and property. Japanese Knotweed can spread naturally and through human activities, including on shoes. The risks of Japanese Knotweed spreading on shoes include legal consequences and environmental impact. We explain the risks…

  • Selling A House With Japanese Knotweed

    Selling A House With Japanese Knotweed If you’ve discovered Japanese knotweed on your property and want to sell, you may face some challenges. Japanese knotweed can significantly decrease the value of your property, making it difficult to sell. It is essential to inform your estate agent and potential buyers about the presence of Japanese knotweed…

  • Is Japanese Knotweed Poisonous?

    Is Japanese Knotweed Poisonous? As a company specialising in Japanese knotweed removal in the UK, we often get asked if the invasive plant is poisonous.  Japanese knotweed is poisonous to humans and pets, with the roots being the most toxic part of the plant. We will explore the poisonous nature of Japanese knotweed, its effects…

  • Japanese Knotweed Damage

    Japanese Knotweed Damage Japanese Knotweed is a notorious invasive plant in the UK, causing significant damage to properties and the environment. Knotweed can cause damage to buildings, underground services, and outdoor structures such as patios and fences. Hiring a professional removal company is the most effective way to safely and permanently remove Japanese Knotweed and…

  • Bamboo Removal

    Bamboo Removal Bamboo can add beauty to your garden, but without proper management, it may become invasive and pose risks to your property and the environment. Bamboo removal is essential to prevent damage to property and negative impact on biodiversity. There are two types of bamboo: running and clumping, which can spread and proliferate. The…

  • Killing Japanese Knotweed With Diesel

    Killing Japanese Knotweed With Diesel Japanese Knotweed, a highly invasive plant species, has become a significant problem for property owners. Some people consider using diesel to kill Japanese Knotweed, but this method has serious risks and dangers. Killing Japanese Knotweed with diesel is not only harmful to the environment, but it also poses health and…

  • Japanese Knotweed In Neighbour’s Garden

    Japanese Knotweed In Neighbour’s Garden – What To Do If you’ve noticed Japanese Knotweed in your neighbour’s garden, it’s essential to understand the signs, risks, and necessary steps to address this invasive plant. Finding Japanese Knotweed nearby can be concerning due to potential property damage and legal implications. We will explore how to identify Japanese…

  • Japanese Knotweed Management Plan

    Japanese Knotweed Management Plan Japanese knotweed can be a persistent and invasive plant threatening property and the environment. A Japanese Knotweed Management Plan is a comprehensive strategy to control and eradicate invasive species effectively. Find out what a Japanese Knotweed Management Plan is, including steps such as identification, risk assessment, treatment options, and monitoring. We…

  • How to Choose a Japanese Knotweed Removal Specialist

    How to Choose a Japanese Knotweed Removal Specialist Japanese Knotweed can be a persistent and invasive plant that can cause significant damage to your property if not dealt with properly. We highlight the importance of selecting a reputable removal company for Japanese Knotweed and outline the criteria for choosing the right specialist. When dealing with…