Japanese Knotweed Removal and TreatmentWe are specialists in the removal and treatment of Japanese Knotweed and other invasive weeds
Folia (leaf and stem) Application
This is perfect for large infested sites that are not ecologically sensitive or subject to strict Japanese Knotweed treatment deadlines.MORE
Stem injection is an alternative to foliage spraying, which can affect other nearby plants.
By injecting a concentrated dose of Glyphosate Herbicide into each individual cane using equipment specifically designed for the treatment and eradication of Japanese Knotweed.MORE
On large construction sites when work is in progress, the presence of Japanese Knotweed can cause costly delays to the building process. However, where possible, Japanese Knotweed can be relocated to a quarantined area of the site for treatment later, allowing work to progress as normal on the rest of the site. The Japanese Knotweed infestation can be treated with a chemical application at a later, more convenient time.MORE
As an alternative to removing Japanese Knotweed, it is also possible to halt its spread by using a Japanese Knotweed root barrier.MORE
Sifting & Screening
Excavating soil contaminated with Japanese Knotweed for ‘off-site’ burial can be very costly as it is classified as controlled waste in the UK.
The less contaminated soil you have, the lower the costs of the off-site burial will be.MORE
Burning is one of the Japanese knotweed removal methods we use, and our method and equipment ensure that the plant is fully incinerated to ensure full removal.MORE
Other Invasive Weeds
Japanese Knotweed Specialists are one of the UK’s leading contractors and consultants in the control, treatment and removal of all Invasive Weeds.
We offer our services nationwide through local teams supported with our bespoke innovative field based software to deliver the very best service.MORE
Vegetation and Tree Management
Trees and vegetation close to residential or commercial properties, power lines or on land accessible to the public need careful management to avoid risk to personal safety, or damage to buildings and other structures.
Landowners are responsible for the trees on their land and have a duty of care to prevent, as far as possible, injury to individuals and the destruction of property.MORE
Wildlife fencing can be required both on existing residential and commercial property, new developments and rural environments, to protect animals who would be in danger if their habitat were compromised, or to prevent damage on specified areas of land by controlling wildlife movement.
Japanese Knotweed Specialists provide ecological fencing services which will meet either requirement.MORE