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Getting Rid Of Japanese Knotweed

If you’ve correctly identified that you have a Japanese knotweed infestation then you’ll be wanting to find out how to

Think You’ve Found Knotweed On Your Property?

Get a positive confirmation that it is indeed the plant that you think it is. Japanese knotweed has many ‘look

How To Identify Japanese Knotweed

Japanese knotweed looks different throughout the year. In order to correctly recognise Japanese knotweed it’s useful to have a reference

Japanese Knotweed Law: Legal Advice Guidelines

The Legislation and Regulations Surrounding Japanese Knotweed The continued spread of Japanese Knotweed poses a threat to the environment, home

What happens if you’ve bought a property with Knotweed?

Property owners have many responsibilities when taking on new land, amongst these is the requirement to keep any invasive plants in

Knotweed Victory for Homeowners

A Court of Appeal ruling on Japanese Knotweed has brought huge relief for thousands of homeowners whose land is threatened

Swansea University Japanese Knotweed Trials: The story behind the headlines

By Nic Seal, Founder and MD of Japanese knotweed firm Environet UK. New research released in April by Swansea University’s

Japanese Knotweed UK Map: How close is it to your home?

Industrious, hard-to-kill and widespread are just three words that you could use to describe Japanese knotweed. See how far it

All the contacts you need to deal with your Knotweed problem

Are you struggling with your Knotweed infestation? Are you struggling with knowing who to turn to for advice? Have you

This is how quickly Knotweed can become a problem for home-owners

As you can see in the time lapse above, it can only take a matter of weeks for an established

Japanese Knotweed – Get to the root of the problem

If you have had knotweed and had it treated we can recover your treatment costs and get you compensation. If

Japanese Knotweed – What you need to know

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica), is a large, herbaceous perennial plant, native to East Asia.  In Europe, the species has successfully