Japanese Knotweed Removal in Oldbury

Japanese Knotweed Removal in Oldbury

Japanese Knotweed Removal in Oldbury

Japanese Knotweed Removal in OldburyJapanese Knotweed is a part of the Buckwheat family and is recognised in Britain as one of the most invasive plants. Records show that it was originally lauded to Britain from Asia in 1824 as an ornamental plant. However, it is now abundant throughout the whole of the UK, which is why we need to begin Japanese Knotweed removal in Oldbury.

The plant is that invasive, it can force its way through concrete which in turn damages roads, buildings and just about anything man made for example homes, outbuildings, sewers and even services.

But you might be thinking to yourself, how can we help? Well Рwe 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 effective in eradicating Japanese Knotweed! However, we find that the most common methods are herbicide treatment and excavation and removal.

The most cost-effective treatment would be herbicide; however, this does take longer to eradicate the knotweed. Our systemic translocating herbicide is 300 times stronger than anything that is available to the public. This can be either sprayed or injected into the plant, we also use a combination of both in some cases. It is always best to contact the Expert so that they can tell you which treatment is best suited, so we can begin Japanese Knotweed removal in Oldbury.

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 tight time scales 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 Japanese Knotweed removal in Oldbury, then contact us today. Our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to provide advice or arrange a site survey for you.