How to Identify Japanese knotweed
When it comes to Japanese Knotweed identification, the different seasons throughout the year have a large part to play.
Japanese knotweed growth is usually at its most prolific from April to October, but mild winters and warm damp summers in recent years have seen the growing season extended. Early signs of growth are now seen in mid-March and new shoots have even been identified as late as November. This is why Japanese knotweed treatment or removal programmes often have to be reviewed annually to ensure the methods being used will continue to be effective.
Have you have identified Japanese knotweed?
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Do you need professional help with Japanese knotweed?
If you are still unsure whether or not Japanese knotweed poses a threat to your property and you want to speak to an expert, simply contact us online, find your local branch or call us today and speak to one of our qualified and experienced Japanese knotweed experts.
Alternatively, you can always book a knotweed survey and have one of our Knotweed specialists take a look.