Japanese Knotweed Treatment, Removal and Eradication Services in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Do you have Japanese Knotweed invading your property or garden in Stratford-upon-Avon?
Are you looking for a company who offers a complete Japanese Knotweed removal and treatment service?
All-in-One Maintenance offer a comprehensive Japanese Knotweed removal and treatment service for the removal of the weed, and the extensive root system that grows under the soil.
Due to the plants aggressive nature, and how quickly it grows, it can sometimes take a number of years to kill off.
The sooner you identify Japanese Knotweed, the sooner you should consider the treatment and removal by a qualified Japanese Knotweed removal company for the Stratford-upon-Avon area.
Things you need to know about Japanese Knotweed
- Japanese Knotweed is a very invasive weed that can grow up to 10cm per day
- Japanese Knotweed is the most invasive plant in the UK
- Japanese Knotweed is capable of causing serious damage to homes and businesses
- Japanese Knotweed is also damaging to building foundations
- Removing Japanese Knotweed yourself can do more harm than good
- Japanese Knotweed will delay the sale of a property
- Japanese Knotweed can flourish in any type of soil (however poor or infertile it is)
Controlling and preventing the spread of Japanese Knotweed
Japanese Knotweed has an extraordinary ability to spread from crown, stem and rhizome (the underground root). Even tiny amounts of cut stem, crown or rhizome are capable of producing a new plant. Controlling the spread of Japanese Knotweed is therefore dependent on preventing the spread of the stem, crown and rhizome. They produce long white shoots which then send up further shoots to the surface. If the rhizome is cut it will produce a shoot, and therefore digging around the garden or other disturbances are known to increase the stem density. If the soil contaminated with the rhizome is moved to another part of the site, or moved to another site completely, it will re-grow and cause further spreading.
Treatment of Japanese Knotweed on riverbanks should be treated as soon as possible, because bank erosion can lead to plant material breaking off and dispersing downstream and therefore spreading the Japanese Knotweed to other areas.
Therefore it is important that you use a Japanese Knotweed removal company for herbicide treatment, otherwise the plant will inevitably spread.
So if you are looking for a company to remove and treat your Japanese Knotweed in Stratford-upon-Avon....
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Postcodes covered in this area include:-
CV31 Leamington Spa S, Whitnash, Radford Semele Warwick | CV32 Leamington Spa N, Cubbington, Lillington Warwick | CV33 Leamington Spa, Harbury and surrounding villages Warwick, Stratford-on-Avon