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Japanese Knotweed Eradication in Dawley

Japanese Knotweed Removal
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Japanese Knotweed Eradication in Dawley

Japanese Knotweed Eradication in DawleyAs a Japanese Knotweed Expert, we carry out Japanese Knotweed eradication in Dawley. If you have Japanese Knotweed, why is it so important to eradicate this invasive weed?

Japanese knotweed was brought over to the UK by the Victorians as an ornamental plant. Its lovely heart shaped leaves and white flowers in late summer, make this plant look very attractive. However, it was also used alongside newly constructed railway lines, as it was planted along the embankments.

Away from its natural environment, it is very invasive. Here in the UK we do not have the insects that pray on this plant, which control the growth. Japanese Knotweed is also very resilient as it grows on sides of volcanos in its native country of Japan. Therefore, Japanese Knotweed eradication in Dawley and throughout the Shropshire county is very important.

With its strong root system which can grow through concrete, walls and foundation, it is important to treat and eradicate this weed. Although it is not illegal to have it growing on your land, it is illegal to allow it to spread and grow onto a neighbouring property. We would highly recommend that if you do have Japanese Knotweed that you contact us today!

We can assist in eradicating this invasive weed. We can initially carry out a site survey to assess if the plant you have growing on your land, is in fact Japanese Knotweed. If it is that Japanese Knotweed if growing on your land, then we can carry out a management plan. This details how we would control the Japanese Knotweed and the cost involved.

Do you require Japanese Knotweed eradication in Dawley? Then contact us on 0800 1337 444. Alternatively, why not filled in our online contact form. Not sure whether you have Japanese Knotweed then we also offer a free photograph identification service. Just attach a photo to the online contact form and send it over to ourselves.