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Japanese knotweed treatment

What is Japanese Knotweed? 

Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant which is very difficult to control and manage.

It is frequently found alongside roads, railways and watercourses and forms thick, dense colonies that can crowd out other plant species, impacting upon biodiversity.

Cutting is not suitable as a control method and is likely to lead to further spread of the plant. 

How we can help 

We offer a treatment service for landowners to help control the spread of Japanese knotweed. 

Prices vary depending on the size of the area to be treated. Please check our prices for more information.

Services we do not offer

We do not:

  • investigate disputes with neighbouring land owners about the spread of Japanese Knotweed.
  • assist in finding out who owns land that Japanese Knotweed is causing a concern.
  • take legal action in relation to Japanese Knotweed.
  • insurance Backed Guarantees (IBG).

More information about preventing Japanese knotweed from spreading is available on the website.

Before you request a quote, please read our most popular questions.