May 20, 2014

Japanese knotweed identification

New Japanese knotweed identification video

The awareness of Japanese knotweed seems to be growing as fast as the dreaded plant seems to spread. Japanese knotweed is being spotted all over the country, in gardens, hedgerows, on road sides, canals, rivers, development sites, on the railway, in car parks, I could go on. In fact it might be easier to list the places where it hasn’t yet spread. 

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