The differences between Chinese and Japanese knotweed are subtle – checking their roots is sometimes the only way to tell them apart.
If you’ve found Chinese knotweed on your development site or commercial premises, contact our expert team to talk about effective and cost-efficient Chinese knotweed removal.
As with Japanese knotweed, the Chinese variety can grow fast and spread quickly.
We’ll provide you with professional advice to decide on the best way forward.
Generally, we’ll recommend treatment and removal to avoid damage to property and surrounding vegetation.
Wherever you are, chances are we’ll have a branch near you. We have expert operatives located in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff and Bury St Edmunds.
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Thanks to more than a decade of experience working in the industry, we’re able to provide expert advice and guidance. We’re one of very few contractors accredited by both INNSA and PCA and we take pride in working to the highest standards.
With 100s of non-native invasive weeds and plants in the UK, we keep a firm eye on any species that may become a problem in the future. Find out more about the most common species below.
After acquiring a site to develop for housing, a client approached us for a soil analysis report.
Acontacted us after discovering a Giant Hogweed infestation on playing fields in Lancashire, an area used by hundreds of children to play.
Large-scale cutting program reduces invasive weed and allows native species to thrive.