The clue’s in the name. Giant knotweed shares similarities with Japanese knotweed, but produces larger leaves and can grow more than four metres in height.
Like the more common Japanese knotweed, giant knotweed can cause damage to property and can be treated in the same way.
If you’re concerned about giant knotweed, speak with one of our experts today.
Treatments for giant knotweed often work in the same way as they do Japanese knotweed.
It’s important to have a professional deal with the issue. Methods like burial, excavation and capping all require a Giant Hogweed management plan.
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