Japanese Knotweed Removal in Ledbury

Japanese Knotweed Removal in Ledbury

Japanese Knotweed Removal in LedburyJapanese Knotweed Removal in Ledbury

Japanese Knotweed removal in Ledbury and throughout Herefordshire is required. Although Japanese Knotweed is not illegal when growing on your own land, it is illegal to allow it to grow onto another property. This can lead to court cases, fines and possibly imprisonment.

To avoid the above we recommend you call in the experts to carry out Japanese Knotweed removal in Ledbury. As the Japanese Knotweed Expert, we have the necessary skills, experience and qualifications needed to complete Japanese Knotweed removal.

This invasive weed has become a growing problem throughout the UK. Throughout the growing season it grows rapidly and causes damage along the way. However, come the winter it dies back, seeming to have disappeared, only to reappear with vengeance the following spring with new shots.

Cutting the Japanese Knotweed does not work, which is often what people try when carrying out DIY removal. However, this only encourages new grow from the cut stands. An effective treatment needs to ensure that both the foliage and the roots are completely eradicated. As a company we have used several treatment methods, these include:

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

To learn more about each of these methods, click here. These are all effective methods to ensure the safe and effective Japanese Knotweed removal.

Contact us!

Do you require Japanese Knotweed removal in Ledbury? Then contact us today!

Our friendly and experienced team will be able to answer your questions and offer advice for your situation. If Japanese Knotweed is present a site survey with our PCA qualified surveyor can be arranged, this is the start of the eradication process.

If you are unsure whether you have Japanese Knotweed, then why not take advantage of our free photo identification service. Take a photo of the suspected plant and send it over to ourselves, by clicking here. Our team will then be able to identify whether it is Japanese Knotweed.