The UK is bristling with stands of invasive species such as Japanese knotweed and giant hogweed. These non-native species can be found in almost any environment, be it a city centre or a secluded riverbank in the Scottish countryside.
The problems caused by non-native invasive species include structural damage to properties, a reduction in native species and large financial costs for control measures. One of the most important approaches to controlling the likes of Japanese knotweed is to avoid disturbing it and restrict access to the infestation. Most invasive weeds can be brought under control quickly and effectively if they have not been cut, burned, up-rooted or otherwise disturbed prior to the start of a professional treatment programme.
With summer underway, we can start invasive weed control programmes immediately. Get in touch to find out how we can solve your invasive species problem, call 01383 416 556 or message us here.
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