Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed Versus Russian Vine

Can’t Tell the Difference Between Japanese Knotweed and Russian Vine?

Understanding the Similarities Between Japanese Knotweed and Russian Vine Japanese knotweed and Russian vine are two invasive plant species that can often be confused due to their appearance and aggressive growth habits. Both plants are native to Asia and were introduced to other regions as ornamental plants, but they have since become problematic due to […]

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Japanese Knotweed Winter Management video

Tackling Japanese Knotweed Infestations in Winter

Japanese knotweed is a notoriously aggressive invasive plant that can be extremely difficult to eradicate once established. This resilient perennial spreads voraciously, making it a threat to gardens, parks, and urban green spaces across the UK. While knotweed requires persistent effort to subdue, the dormant winter period provides an opportune time to implement control strategies

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Japanese knotweed on property

Japanese Knotweed: A Comprehensive Guide for Property Developers

Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica), originally native to East Asia, presents a formidable challenge as an invasive perennial plant notorious for its rapid growth and potential for extensive damage. Both homeowners and commercial businesses view it as a significant nuisance, but property developers and commercial house builders, in particular, face disruptive consequences. To successfully navigate these

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