Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Stone
Japanese Knotweed has been a problem in some parts of Stone for a number of years and has been the reason of why many home-owners have not been able to sell their property. Why is Japanese Knotweed coined as Britain’s most destructive weed? Can removal of Japanese Knotweed in Stone and throughout the UK happen?
Japanese Knotweed has been in Britain since the Victorian era, as they brought it into the UK as an ornamental plant. Even though it looks pretty, the roots growing under the ground can cause the most havoc and chaos imaginable! The roots are strong enough to bring structures down to the ground! This means that most mortgage lenders refuse to allow funds against the property due to the bad security.
However removal of Japanese Knotweed in Stone and throughout the UK is possible. There are a number of different treatment options available to eradicate this invasive weed, these include:
All of the above methods are effective in removal of Japanese Knotweed, however the method used on your site will depend on the factors affecting the site.
Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Stone and throughout Staffordshire, is important. Allowing it to grow on your grounds is not illegal, however if it is allowed to spread onto a neighbouring property it becomes illegal. Learn more about what the Law has to say about Japanese Knotweed, by clicking here!
If you think you may have Japanese Knotweed growing on your land in Stone, contact us today on 0800 1337 444. We will be happy to answer any questions or to arrange a site survey.