Persicaria Alpina, or Alpine knotweed, is not considered to be invasive, but it can be mistaken for other invasive knotweed species.
If you’re unsure if you’ve found Alpine knotweed or another invasive species at your development site or commercial premises, our expert team is here to help.
Alpine knotweed grows best in areas with moist soil, such as:
Contact our expert team to find out more about our cost-effective and efficient invasive weed treatments.
No matter where you are in the country, we’ll have an expert near you. We have branches in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff & Bury St Edmunds.
You’ll want to know that your development or business operations can continue with minimal disruption.
That’s why we’re one of only a handful of specialists accredited by both INNSA and PCA, and our removal services are fully insured and guaranteed – so you know you’re in safe hands with IWM.
After acquiring a site to develop for housing, a client approached us for a soil analysis report.
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Large-scale cutting program reduces invasive weed and allows native species to thrive.