Bohemian knotweed is a rare and invasive hybrid of Japanese knotweed and giant knotweed.
This species is already causing significant problems in the US, and it’s likely to cause major disruption in the UK over the coming years as occurrences here are now on the rise.
If you think you’ve found Bohemian knotweed on your commercial or development site, contact our specialist team.
The largest increases in Bohemian knotweed have been found in:
If you need to treat or remove Bohemian knotweed, the first thing to do is talk to our professional team for advice and guidance.
With over a decade of experience dealing with invasive non-native plants, we’re able to provide you with a plan of action that’ll tackle the issue.
No matter where you are in the country, chances are we’ll have an expert near you. We have branches in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff and 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.
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