Japanese knotweed -scientific name: Fallopia Japonica is, without doubt one of our most, feared and vigorously invasive species, it can grow by up to 10cm a day during the summer, forcing itself through walls, tarmac and concrete - hence reducing property values coupled with their inability to attain a mortgage where properties are affected. 

Japanese Knotweed was brought to Britain by the Victorians, who obviously did not realise how destructive it was, when they blithely used it to line our railway tracks and formal gardens.

Unfortunately the treatment to eradicate this noxious plant can take several treatments over a substantial period of time and will require monitoring for regrowth.

We have carried out stem injection treatment for Japanese Knot Weed in conjunction with TFL and have very positive eradication results on this noxious weed.