With all our customers whether you are domestic customer, the owner of the commercial property or development land, the local authority we are here to reassure and help you to understand more about you Japanese Knotweed and other invasive species problem. Our key aim is to reveal in detail the measures you may need to remove non-desired species if any. We know that in mass media, the Japanese Knotweed problem is sometimes hugely exaggerated and we are intended to be fair with the extend of your problem and to offer the best remedial options to meet your needs.
Unlike some of our larger competitors a large proportion of our work is intended to deal with home owners. We have an excellent relationships with over 1000 estate and letting agents throughout the North West. We have gained a good reputation for identifying weeds and speedy preparing reports and management plans for their clients. There is now a requirement for you to mention in the documents if Japanese Knotweed is present on your land when the property is going on sale. In most cases, Japanese Knotweed survey report and management plan offering an appropriate course of treatment carried out by our professional team is required to satisfy the mortgage lenders criteria of your potential buyer. We will treat Japanese Knotweed or other weeds with herbicides on your land to a high standard whether the area of is just a couple of square metres or much larger. Our advanced injection and weed wipe techniques to protect your valuable plants in the infested area.
Wherever possible we will use chemical treatments. This method is relatively inexpensive and effective as all treatments are carried out on-site, thus preventing the spread of contaminated soil. However, the treatment usually takes a couple of growing seasons followed by a couple of years of monitoring to ensure that the probability of regrowth is negligible. In some cases a quick solution is required. We can arrange excavation, installation of a vertical barrier and recycling of the weed material both on-site or off-site whatever is required by our reputable qualified contractors under supervision by our certified experts.
Local authorities are major owners of properties and the land across the UK. However due to huge amount of work and often a lack of funds they are unable to respond rapidly to the problems associated with invasive weeds. Meanwhile, there are many large areas of the land belonging to local authorities infested with the top-three undesirable weeds in the UK, including Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Himalayan Balsam. We are highly experienced to deal with these weeds. We are happy to offer our professional service to support local authorities. Our flexible cost policy is oriented on a mutually advantageous co-operation.
Our eradication options rely on the application of herbicides by both spraying and injection as the proven most cost effective and efficient option for eradication of Japanese Knotweed. Other options based on physical removal will be employed when necessary for Japanese Knotweed and other weeds. According to known records both methods have an efficiency of eradication of knotweed over 90%; no scientific evidence is known in the literature explaining which method is more efficient. Wherever possible the injection technique is intended to be used. It does not cause severe damage to surrounding vegetation and wildlife using common herbicide such as glyphosate.
Importantly, the Environment Agency approved the use of stem injection at organic field sites without the loss of their organic status.
If you suspect that Japanese Knotweed or other invasive weeds like Giant Hogweed, Himalayan Balsam are present on your land, simply send us a picture of the plant using the form below, or email us at
We will identify the invasive plant on your site absolutely FREE wherever possible. Our Japanese Knotweed removal specialists are highly trained to identify the plant at any time of the year. However, the identification sometimes may be tricky by just looking at photographs. If we are not able to identify a plant from your pictures we can arrange a visit to your site.