Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston and other towns in the county of Leicestershire, is required. Japanese knotweed has reared its head over the last few years with many more case and court cases being heard of in the news.Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston

Japanese Knotweed is known for its heart shaped leaves, the lovely white flowers in late summer and the rate it grows at. Not only does Japanese Knotweed overtake your garden, it can also break through your foundations and walls. Therefore, eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston and throughout Leicestershire is required.

How can be help? We are an expert in treating and eradicating Japanese knotweed from your garden or land. We have several treatment options available, these include:

  • Herbicide Treatment
  • Excavation and Removal
  • Permanent Burial
  • Combined Treatment Methods

These are all affective in eradicating this invasive weed. We find that the most common methods are herbicide treatment and excavation and removal.

Herbicide treatment is the most cost effective, however it takes time to eradicate the knotweed. We use a systemic translocating herbicide which is 300 times stronger than anything available to the public. This is either sprayed or injected onto the plant, we also use a combination of both in some cases. This ensures that the herbicide kills not only the top of the plant but also the roots.

If you are under time constraints excavation and removal is the best option, however it is also the costliest. Many commercial sites who are having building work carried out and have a tight time scale require this option. It ensures that the site is free of Japanese knotweed quickly and efficiently, meaning the planned building work can continue with limited delay.

If you require eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Syston, contact us today. Our friendly and knowledge office team will be happy to provide advice or to arrange a site survey.