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what's the difference between and weed and a plant?

The line between 'good plants' and 'weeds' is often very blurred. Some plants may be considered weeds in some gardens, and welcome guests in others; it all depends on whose garden you're looking at. Of course, while there are no hard and fast rules, there are plants that are (more or less) universally considered 'pests' or 'problematic' - take Japanese knotweed for example. These tend to be the weeds we look out for when we do a survey of your garden! If you'd like to find out what makes a plant a weed, just keep reading.

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Judge's gavel

If you've noticed Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) growing in your neighbour's garden - and your neighbour isn't doing anything about it - then you may be considering legal action.

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Looking for a qualified Japanese knotweed specialist in Cornwall? Get in touch to arrange a FREE survey.

Certificate of Japanese knotweed training in Cornwall

We are pleased to announce that David, our man in Cornwall, has completed his training with a local course provider and is now qualified to treat Japanese knotweed.

If you live in Cornwall and you've noticed this invasive plant growing on or near your property, please don't hesitate to contact us - we'll arrange a visit and advise you on what to do next. Alternatively, click the link below to send us a photo so that we can take a look and confirm whether or not the plant in question really is Japanese knotweed.

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