When you have a larger site, translocation is the start of your journey to treat Japanese knotweed and other invasive species.
Talk to us today to find out if commercial Japanese knotweed translocation is right for your site.
Japanese knotweed translocation costs less and is more environmentally friendly because it doesn’t require the material to be taken to landfill.
We’ll excavate the invasive weeds and move them to an alternative part of the site. The area will then be secured and the plant will be allowed to grow without impacting your site further.
Our expert operatives will then begin a herbicide programme to completely treat the plant.
(You may even be able to access certain tax relief when you decide to use translocation. You can speak to one of our team for more information).
With over a decade of experience, we’re able to give you the best advice about which method to use when you’re faced with an invasive weed issue.
We’ll help you tackle the problem to make sure it never comes back.
An invasive weed issue on your site can cause disruption. How can you be sure the problem is gone for good?
At Invasive Weed Management, our work is backed by a 10-year insurance guarantee to provide you with total peace of mind.
Once we’ve completed translocation and applied professional-grade herbicide to the plants, we’ll continue to observe the site for at least two years.
We’re committed to ensuring there’s no regrowth and we’ll work with you until the job is done and done properly.
We’re proud to support commercial premises and development sites with invasive weed issues all over the country. No matter where you are, we have an expert ready to help today.
You’re always welcome to ask any questions, we’re here to help with any invasive weed problem, big or small.
We want to make sure you use the right technique to get rid of those invasive weeds. The last thing you want to do is make the issue worse – we’ve seen it happen many times before.
It’s our job to work with you to find the best way forward. Find out more about the methods we use below.