Similar to Japanese knotweed, Himalayan knotweed is less common in the UK but can still cause damage to property.
If you’ve found Himalayan knotweed on your project site or commercial premises, contact our expert team to discuss how we can help.
Himalayan knotweed can be treated using the same methods as Japanese knotweed, such as burial, excavation, herbicide and capping.
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We’re one of only a handful of specialists accredited by both INNSA and PCA, and our removal services are fully insured and guaranteed. That’s why you can rest assured that all our work is carried out to the highest standards, every time.
There’s hundreds of different types of non-native, invasive weeds growing all over the country. Find out more about some of the 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.