What is Japanese Knotweed? Japanese Knotweed is a non-native, invasive weed, that grows and spreads vigorously and quickly. Usually, however, it is not deserving of the hysteria that surrounds it in the mainstream press. Japanese Knotweed should not be ignored, but often it can be tackled in a reasonably straightforward way, as long as a management plan is followed.
Tom is a Certificated Surveyor of Japanese Knotweed (CSJK), the industry-standard qualification provided by the Property Care Association. Benefitting from a horticultural background, Tom is able to identify a range of other invasive weeds such as Himalayan Balsam and Giant Hogweed. If you have a problem with Japanese Knotweed or any other invasive weed in Glasgow, a thorough inspection of the site is followed up with a management plan to help you control or eradicate your infestation. As an independent consultant Tom has no vested interest in providing remediation work, and in fact the likes of Japanese Knotweed can often be tackled by a regular gardener armed with the right information and a management plan to follow.
Japanese Knotweed surveys are available in and around Glasgow, and further afield in some cases - get in touch for more details.
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