Just like its cousin Japanese knotweed, Himalayan knotweed (or cultivated knotweed) can cause damage to your property.
Introduced to the UK in the Victorian era, this species is less reported but can still cause major issues if left untreated.
Worried about Himalayan knotweed? Talk with one of our experts about residential Himalayan knotweed removal.
The good news is, much like Japanese knotweed, the Himalayan variety can be treated using the same methods.
Techniques like burial, excavation, herbicide and capping all work successfully with Himalayan knotweed.
Wherever you are, we have an expert operative ready to help you deal with your invasive weed issue. We work all over the country with offices in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff and Bury St Edmunds.
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No matter the question, we’re here to help and advise you. We’re the experts, so you don’t have to be. At Invasive Weed Management, we have over a decade of experience in residential Himalayan knotweed removal and we’re ready to help.
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