Japanese knotweed isn’t the only pest that can cause problems for your project. There are a number of other invasive weed species that can cause delays.
As long as you have the right team on board to deal with the problem safely and efficiently, it doesn’t have to put a stop to your project or development.
Here you’ll find information on what to look for, when you can expect to see these plant species and how we can help you treat them.
Many of these species may look unassuming but can cause countless problems and significant delays if left untreated. We’re more than happy to help you identify, treat and remove any suspect plant life on your site.
We carry out all our treatments and removals with as little disruption to the other plant and wildlife on your site as possible.
We want to help you protect biodiversity as well as carry out a complete and thorough job.
Knotweed comes in many forms. As well as Japanese knotweed, we’re also able to treat and remove Himalayan knotweed, Giant knotweed, Chinese knotweed and Alpine knotweed.
Find more information on these and other species of invasive weeds.
There are hundreds of species of invasive weed out there, including a number of aquatic species.
We currently only deal with a limited number of aquatic species. We’ll be more than happy to advise you where you can help if you’re worried about an aquatic plant on or near your site.
Commercial invasive weed treatment is always best left to the experts. That’s why we’d advise that you don’t try and treat any invasive weed species by yourself. These plants are often hardy and there’s not a lot they can’t survive. In most cases, they’ll need a proper course of treatment to fully deal with the problem.
We’ll be happy to discuss the right treatment plan with you.
To speak to one of our team about any invasive weeds on your site or premises, get in touch today.