Giant knotweed is a similar plant to Japanese knotweed, but grows larger leaves and can reach up to 4m high. Less common than Japanese knotweed, giant knotweed can still cause damage to property if left untreated.
Contact us to find out more about removing giant knotweed from your commercial site or property.
An expert in invasive weeds can treat giant knotweed with the same methods used to treat Japanese knotweed.
Methods like burial, excavation and capping can all be used to control the spread of the plant.
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With over 10 years of experience working in the industry, we’re one of the very few contractors to be accredited with both INNSA and PCA.
Whether you’ve got a development project halted by an invasive weed infestation, or a commercial property you’re concerned will be damaged or devalued, we’ve successfully treated and managed invasive weeds on commercial sites and premises across the UK.
There’s currently a vast number of invasive weeds growing around the country. Find out more about some common non-native weeds and plants 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.