Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath

Japanese Knotweed is well known for its rapid growth and invasive nature. Both of which can cause damage to your property either structurally or in monetary value. If you have Japanese Knotweed growing on your land, eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath is required.

As the Japanese Knotweed Expert, we have over 18 years’ experience in successful eradication of Japanese Knotweed. Our experienced and qualified team can treat and eradicate Japanese Knotweed. We keep up to date with RICs, PCA or Environmental legislations and guidelines, ensuring that all works completed are done so correctly and efficiently.

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in BlackheathWe have several methods for Japanese Knotweed eradication, these include:

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

To learn more about each of these methods, please click here.

We find that herbicide treatment is the most common method of treatment and is the most cost effective. It can take up to four years to compete the treatment process but is effective in eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath.

A systemic translocating herbicide can be applied either by spraying or injection. A combination of injection and spraying can also be used. Spraying is generally used to apply the herbicide; however, injection is used when applying the herbicide close to water courses/sources or other vegetation that does not need to be eradicated. Water sources can easily be contaminated by the herbicide, so injection is used to prevent this. Our team members are also hold the qualification of PA6AW for spraying near water.

To learn more about the qualifications we hold please click here.

To start eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Blackheath, contact us today! Our team will be happy to answer your questions and book you in for a site survey.

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