Japanese Knotweed, or Fallopia Japonica to use its correct latin name, is an invasive weed on the UK's list of invasive species.  It is a plant of such ill repute that it can prevent the sale of properties on whom's land it is growing and can lead to prosecution if not eradicated properly and by someone who has the correct certification to allow them to do so.

Fortunately, I have undertaken the necessary training and received the correct certification to allow me to undertake the removal of all kinds of Japanese Knotweed.

If you have Japanese Knotweed on your property or close to its vicinity, please get in touch to discuss a programme of eradication.

I charge an initial site visit of £100, refundable if you decide to hire me to remove the plant/plants in question.

Contact details can be found under the heading 'contact' on the menu of this website.

For further reading on Japanese Knotweed and your responsibilities of removal, please click the following link: 


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