Japanese knotweed has long been the worst enemy to those looking to buy and sell property in the UK, with its mere presence being enough to stop a sale dead in its tracks.

However, that could all be set to change in the near future, thanks to a pending parliamentary investigation in the works.

Parliament has urged the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to commission a new and potentially ground-breaking study on international approaches to Japanese knotweed.

 

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“Overly Cautious”?

The news comes following a thorough examination of the latest Japanese knotweed research by the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.

According to the examination conducted by the Committee, lenders overseas do not necessarily treat knotweed with the same degree of caution as they do domestically in the UK.

As a result of the study, the Committee voiced its concern that the UK approach was overly cautious and therefore unnecessarily damaging to homeowners and those looking to sell properties with Japanese knotweed.

 

Potential Impact

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has pitched the concept with the intent of using the results for further discussion and a subsequent more detailed report down the line.

Should the overall outcome confirm that the typical UK lender’s stance on Japanese knotweed is indeed “overly cautious”, it could potentially have a considerable impact on the property market as a result.

 

Suggestion Pending

Despite the prospective influence, such a study could have on the housing market and people’s attitudes to Japanese knotweed in general, it’s worth noting that the study has yet to be confirmed.

As of press time, the status of such an investigation is merely in the recommendation stage, with the Committee simply putting the concept forward to Defra as a suggestion.

As a result, ignoring Japanese knotweed and deeming it a non-issue as things stand is a not only a premature approach, it can also prove to be a short-sighted, risky and costly decision.

 

Knotweed Removal

Regardless of whether Japanese knotweed is ultimately deemed to be a serious issue or not, removal and treatment is undoubtedly the safest and smartest way to keep your property protected.

Horror stories of overrun gardens and infested landscapes are far from tall tales and we’ve seen first-hand just how devastating a Japanese knotweed infestation can be if left untreated.

At Taylor Weed Control, we have over 15 years of experience in the weed removal game and are fully equipped with the knowledge, expertise and tools of the trade necessary to rid your property of its unwanted garden guest, once and for all.

 

 

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As the calendar cascades from shimmering summer to auburn autumn and beyond, the temperature naturally takes a Siberian turn.

In fact, as soon as the clocks go back, it’s not unusual for the temperature to drop faster than a microphone at a battle rap.

While the frosty cold and bitter chill can be a stark reminder that summertime has indeed been consigned to history, it does have its perks – particularly when it comes to garden weeds.

Most garden weeds will die out during the wintertime and spend the cold months either biting the dust or kicking the bucket – either way, few tears will be shed in remembrance.

But does the big freeze play the part of a wintry weedkiller for Japanese knotweed as well? Let’s find out…

 

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To Have and Have Knot

Anyone that has been unlucky enough to fall foul of Japanese knotweed has likely been left frustrated to the point of nausea by the relentless persistence of the wicked weed.

However, the summertime supremacy of the Nipponese nuisance does recede during the winter cold, losing its leafy greens and taking on a far less intimidating persona of brittle, brown.

While this may seem to be a welcome reprieve for gardeners, don’t let this faux farewell fool you.

Battle-tested knotweed veterans will know that this is all a clever ruse, perpetrated by the pesky plant to lull you into a false sense of security.

 

What Lies Beneath

Though it may appear, on the surface, to be the very visual death of the once-mighty Japanese knotweed, the aesthetic state of JKW in the winter doesn’t tell the story of what lies beneath.

While the colour may change and the canes may recede, a death this certainly is not. Sadly, the wintertime is merely a powernap for JKW and sooner or later it will rear its ugly head once more.

While such a miraculous resurrection seems almost unfathomable based on its appearance , this is no miracle.

Despite the frail shoots, the knotweed rhizomes remain healthy and virtually unscathed beneath the soil and merely lay dormant in the ground throughout the winter period.

As winter turns to spring, the Nipponese nuisance will rise once more like a phoenix of frustration from the ashes, ready to unleash its wrath once more.

 

Treating Japanese Knotweed in Winter

If you have Japanese knotweed present in your garden, why not give yourself an early Christmas present and serve your unwanted guest a festive eviction notice?

At Taylor Weed Control, our weed-whacking warriors are armed to the teeth with an itchy trigger-finger to match – ready, willing and able to blow your knotty nudnik to smithereens.

With over 15 years of experience in the weed removal game, we have the power to banish the vexatious vine from whence it came. All you have to do is ask!

 

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Japanese knotweed has once again proved to be a nationwide issue, cropping up as far north as Aberdeenshire in Scotland.

The invasive plant has become a growing concern amongst locals in the area after Japanese knotweed was discovered growing on the cliffs around Muchalls and Newtonhill.

With Muchalls and Newtonhill being two primary conservation sites in the Aberdeenshire area, the discovery of knotweed presence caused a natural concern for Aberdeenshire Council, prompting them to take immediate action.

 

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Taking Action

The perils of untreated knotweed are well-documented, notably characterised by its ability to smother native vegetation, rock structural foundations and overthrow the local scenery.

As such, pre-emptive action was imperative in nipping the knotweed issue in the bud before it grew into a sizeable problem a began to ravage to local landscape.

 

Nipping it in the Bud

Recognising the potential repercussions of a delayed response, Aberdeenshire Council called in local experts to tackle the issue in a timely and effective manner.

The North East Invasive Non-Native Species project has also sought to take action by aiding the council in its efforts to fend off the invasive onslaught.

Councillor Anne Stirling of Aberdeenshire Council praised the initiative, reinforcing the importance of a proactive approach in maintaining National Heritage sites, noting the following:

“Controlling Japanese knotweed in these locations is vitally important to prevent the further spread of this invasive plant into sensitive coastal habitats.”

 

Japanese Knotweed Removal

While Taylor Weed Control doesn’t stretch into the jurisdiction of the Scottish Lowlands, we do offer our expertise to those within South Wales and South East England.

Both of these regions are commonly affected by Japanese knotweed and we have seen first-hand just how much damage the pesky plant can do if left to its own devices.

With over 15 years’ experience in the weed removal game and literally hundreds of knotweed jobs under our belt, there’s no-one more qualified for a knotweed knockout than our team at TWC.

If you suspect you or a neighbouring property may be harbouring an unwanted Nipponese guest, don’t wait around to take action.

Channel your inner Braveheart, free your garden from the unwanted invaders and “gie it laldy” today with Taylor Weed Control.

 

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House hunters are being urged to exercise extra caution this winter as signs of Japanese knotweed become less obvious and increasingly difficult to detect to the untrained eye.

As the seasons take a turn and the autumn/winter cold takes hold, the pesky plant begins to recede into dormancy and retreat from obvious view, making it easy to overlook.

For those looking to buy a house during this time, the increased inconspicuousness can lead to a property purchase that soon becomes a big regret.

 

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Worrying Statistics

While it’s a legal requirement for homeowners to inform potential buyers of any Japanese knotweed present on their property, that fact doesn’t stop everyone from trying to pull the wool over the eyes of would-be buyers.

In fact, a recent survey conducted by online market research and data analytics firm, YouGov, showed that a worrying 4% of those selling a property with JKW would attempt to cover it up it hopes of securing a sale and avoiding devaluing their property.

This statistic isn’t helped by the further YouGov study that revealed that just 19% of Brits could identify Japanese knotweed when faced with the plant. Meanwhile, this fact can be made even worse when a dishonest seller is actively trying to hide the problem.

 

Notable Impact

The figures once again highlight the increasingly notable impact that Japanese knotweed infestations are having on the housing market, affecting both those looking to sell their properties and those looking to buy.

Nevertheless, such knotweed nightmares shouldn’t be a total deal-breaker when it comes to purchasing a property. A professional treatment plan can actively knock the issue on the head and see any housing horror stories put to bed like a naughty child.

 

Professional Treatment

If you’re considering buying a property with Japanese knotweed, any weedy worries you may have can be fixed and put to rest with our team of professional experts, dedicated to soil refinery and ready to get to the root of the problem.

At Taylor Weed Control, we have over 15 years’ experience battling Japanese knotweed tooth and nail (or, more accurately, shoot and root) and have the art of knotweed warfare down to a sweet science.

Not only are we registered with the Property Care Association and report to the Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors, our services also come with Japanese knotweed insurance that ensures the terms of treatment are upheld no matter what.

 

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A study conducted by a team of Swansea University scientists has come across a rare Japanese knotweed hybrid near Cardiff.

The knotweed cross-breed is commonly known as Connolly’s knotweed – a blend of traditional Japanese knotweed and similar-looking plant, Russian vine.

While Connelly’s knotweed is fairly rare on UK soil, records have shown a rise in prominence of the rare plant across continental Europe.

With this emergence in South Wales comes growing concerns that Britain’s knotweed problem could get worse.

 

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Problem Might Get Worse

The study was part of a larger investigation conducted by Swansea University College of Science conducted over the course of eight years.

The thorough examination into the knotweed problem also included the world’s largest Japanese knotweed field trial.

According to Swansea University’s Sophie Hocking, the PhD student leading the Japanese knotweed study, had this to say:

“If future climatic conditions become favourable for these seeds to germinate successfully, our Japanese knotweed problem might get worse.

A seed bank full of hybrid knotweed could mean a second wave of invasion following treatment of the initial problem.”

 

Take Action Early

With scientific evidence posing a grim update into the growing Japanese knotweed issue nationwide, the UK’s on-going battle with the villainous vine proves to be far from over.

While the impact of this latest discovery remains to be seen, the importance of taking eradicative action on Japanese knotweed upon discovery has never been more evident.

Early discovery and early attention can help minimise the issue and limit the damage caused by the unwelcome guest.

 

Knotweed Removal

If you believe you may have Japanese knotweed on your property or suspect there may be Japanese knotweed on a neighbouring property, act fast to nip the problem in the bud before it gets out of hand.

At Taylor Weed Control, we specialise in evicting Japanese knotweed from your property for good. With over 15 years’ experience in the knotweed game, our team of experts are more than capable of wiping out your weedy woes.

Our services are available across South Wales and the South West, including Cardiff and Swansea. Whether you knotweed is of the Japanese or Connelly variety, we don’t discriminate – we’ll help you say “sayonara” to your knotweed problem today.

 

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Over the last month, it’s come to light that the Environmental Agency and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) have come up with a helpful and proactive way of tackling the growing Japanese knotweed problem in the UK.

As part of a conscious effort to monitor and reduce the implications of Japanese knotweed across the country, the EA and DEFRA have suggested the implementation of a national database to track the plants reach and whereabouts, as well as monitoring its subsequent effects on house prices.

 

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Plant Tracking

The move comes as a result of findings reported by the Science and Technology Committee, highlighting the impact the invasive plant can have on properties across the UK.

However, this latest step isn’t the first time the Environmental Agency’s first foray into Japanese knotweed monitoring territory.

The Environment Agency had previously attempted to track the reach of the naughty knot with its PlantTracker app, commissioned back in 2012.

The original app aimed to utilise crowd-sourcing as a means of creating a national database; however, it was removed from due to funding issues and development problems.

 

Mapping it Out

While other independent companies have attempted to chart the knotweed problem in recent years, this new government-led initiative could well be the comprehensive map the general public has needed.

The Environment Agency is set to consult with major national Japanese knotweed removal firms to explore the practicalities of assembling a database and assimilate how these third parties could contribute.

The government has confirmed that the EA will meet with both the Property Care Association and Invasive Non-Native Specialists Association (INNSA) to begin this process in early autumn 2019.

As part of the government’s deep-dive into the Japanese knotweed issue, the EA and DEFRA aim to look into the issue extensively over the coming months, with their findings set to be published by March 2020.

 

Japanese Knotweed Treatment

While the move by the government is reassuring news for the future of (or lack thereof) of Japanese knotweed in the UK, the process is still likely to be a slow and laborious one that’s of little help to anyone already plighted by the wicked weed.

If you are currently suffering from the ill-effects of Japanese knotweed or believe your property may well be under invasion from the Asian vegetation, why not drop us a line today?

Our team of experts have over 15 years’ experience in weed removal and are the premier Japanese knotweed specialists in Wales and the West.

Stop your horticultural headaches before they become a viny migraine by nipping it in the bud today, courtesy of Taylor Weed Control.

 

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Japanese knotweed troubles once again hit the headlines this week as shocking news surfaced about the extent of effects JKW can have on house prices.

According to some experts, the average drop in house value is a startling 10% – all the more reason to nip your problem in the bud if you suspect knotweed is lurking on your property.

 

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Frightful Statistics

Property comparison site, Zoopla, notes that the average price of a property in Wales was approximately £180k. For the average home, that equates to a troubling £18k lost simply through the mere presence of Japanese knotweed.

 

Flawed Science

Back in May, The Telegraph reported that that the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee viewed the banks’ stance on JKW as an “overly cautious” approach to the issue.

According to the article, the committee noted that the structural impact of Japanese knotweed “might not be as significant as previously believed.''

Nevertheless, the banks and mortgage lenders continue to hold firm in their steadfast approach to the pricing of Japanese knotweed properties.

 

The Smart Choice

While the impact on price will naturally vary from one property to the next, the 10% figure is a good rule of thumb for anyone looking to buy or sell a property with Japanese knotweed present on site.

If you’re looking to sell your property, it can be far more financially beneficial to treat the problem before you sell, particularly if the fee equates to less than 10% of your property value.

 

Japanese Knotweed Removal

If you’re looking to stop your Japanese knotweed issue dead in its tracks, here are Taylor Weed Control, we can help send your sinister squatters back from whence they came.

Our team of experts have over 15 years’ experience in weed removal and have dealt with countless cases of knotweed first-hand, up-close and personal.

As Wales’ foremost Japanese knotweed specialists, we take great pride in making homes knotweed-free, with a variety of proven techniques and methods to do just that.

Protect your home and your property value by treating your Japanese knotweed issue today before it gets out of hand. The alternative could prove costly!

 

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Recent research has uncovered some insightful stats regarding the Japanese knotweed in the UK, which could pose a worry to homeowners in Wales and the West.

According to House Beautiful, Wales and Bristol are particularly problematic areas for Japanese Knotweed, making up two of the top three worst-affected regions in the UK. While Bolton tops the list, Bristol isn’t far behind in second place, while Conwy remains a close third.

A further article by Wales Online noted that “The Land of my Fathers” is particularly impacted by the vine from “The Land of the Rising Sun”, with areas like Llanelli, Caerphilly and Swansea all clocking in at well over 300 cases of JKW infestation.

 

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“A Major Problem Across the UK”

Japanese knotweed expert, Nic Seal, noted that “Japanese knotweed has become a major problem across the UK, with areas of industrial heritage such as North Wales particularly badly affected”.

The Welsh government website also notes that, while spread throughout Wales, it is most commonly found on sites that are disturbed by human activity such as railway lines, rubbish tips, old allotments, derelict land, while it is also often spotted along river banks.

This fact was reinforced by the recent story of Network Rail having a myriad of issues with Japanese knotweed infestations on their land nationwide. If you happen to live an area characterised by these traits, vigilance is key to keeping it under control.

 

Japanese Knotweed Surveys

Mr Seal went on to mention that “Anyone thinking about buying a property in or around these hotspots would be wise to (…) consider instructing a specialist to carry out a Japanese knotweed survey on the property to check for evidence of the plant.”

However, that advice isn’t strictly reserved for buyers. Homeowners that suspect they may have Japanese knotweed on their property could also benefit greatly from a Japanese knotweed survey and early detection could make all the difference.

 

Japanese Knotweed Services

If you are looking to buy a property in an area commonly affected by Japanese knotweed or happen to suspect Japanese knotweed is already present on your existing property, your best course of action is to pick up the phone and call Taylor Weed Control today.

With over 15 years’ experience in the weed removal trade, we’ve crossed paths with this stubborn Oriental offender on countless occasions and have yet to meet an infestation too big or a challenge too steep for our team of pros to tackle.

Best of all, at Taylor Weed Control, we offer a Japanese knotweed survey completely FREE of charge to anyone bases in South Wales or the South West. Our knotweed experts will be able to identify an infestation in no time and recommend the best course of action to take from there.

So, if you’re unlucky enough to fall into one of the problem areas mentioned in this article, don’t delay and call today. We could be your knotweed knights in grass-stained armour!

 

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Japanese knotweed is to house sales what a dodgy is to car sales: while things may appear fine and dandy on the surface, the horrors of what lies beneath can have a dramatic effect on not only the value but the entire sale itself.

While it may be tempting for house sellers to simply overlook such a detail and plead ignorance to the pesky weed’s presence, it’s far from advisable to do so.

Besides being morally and ethically wrong, it can also be deemed highly illegal to conceal knowledge of Japanese knotweed on your property.

If you’re selling your house with Japanese knotweed present, follow these steps to avoid any legal backlash and undo the damage done by the unruly underground invader.

 

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Doppelganger Diagnosis

If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of selling a property with Japanese knotweed, before you do anything else, your first port of call should be an expert opinion.

Misdiagnosis could leave you with a boatload of headaches and a barrelful of hassle unnecessarily, so make sure it’s legit before you hit the panic button and cause potential buyers to abandon ship.

Japanese knotweed bears an uncanny resemblance to a number of other plants and weeds – including bindweed, Russian vine, broadleaf dock and ground elder – which can sometimes lead to misdiagnosis.

Allowing a sale to fall through on the basis of a Japanese knotweed lookalike is a crying shame we wouldn’t wish upon anyone, so be sure you know what you’re dealing with before you make any hasty declarations.

 

Honesty the Best Policy

While Japanese knotweed isn’t technically classified as a “notifiable weed”, changes to the Law Society’s TA6 form made in 2013 mean that there is now a specific question relating to this exact subject. As such, avoiding such a scenario is virtually impossible.

As a result of the very specific knotweed-related change, failure to disclose information relating to knotweed infestation on your property can be deemed a breach of Consumer Protection Rights regulations.

Naturally, such actions can result in legal ramifications, providing solid grounds for misrepresentation and potentially leaving you liable to be sued by potential buyers.

 

Warranty Time

If your property is indeed unfortunate enough to be the newfound home of Japanese knotweed, as confirmed by an expert, it’s important to take action as soon as possible. The longer you leave it, the worse it’ll get.

Mortgage lenders are extremely hesitant to lend the full amount if a property has Japanese knotweed, due to the fact that it can affect the structural integrity of the building. However, that stance can be potentially swayed by a proactive approach.

A great way to influence that decision is to find a Japanese knotweed removal specialist that offers a Japanese knotweed guarantee – a DIY job simply won’t do. A pro’s warranty will safeguard you in the event that any such infestation should return and effectively assure its permanent vacation.

The fact that the appropriate removal measures have been implemented could potentially influence mortgage lenders to overlook the fact that you have knotweed on your property or at last lead them to be more sympathetic to your situation.

 

The Waiting Game

Japanese knotweed removal can be a lengthy process and often takes around three years for the unwavering weed to completely vacate your property. If value is of value to you, this may be your best course of action.

That being said, if you really are in a rush to sell your house despite the presence of Japanese knotweed, you may be forced to take a hit on the sale price in exchange for speed of the sale.

With mortgage lenders likely out of the equation due to the presence of knotweed, you will more than likely have to take the cash buyer route. As a result, you could see the sale price drop by up to 20% below market value.

 

Send in the Pros

Essentially, if you’re serious about selling a house that has Japanese knotweed and, A. don’t fancy staring into a lawsuit, and B. aren’t too keen on the idea of slashing your sale price by 20%, the only viable option is to call in the pros and get to the root of the problem.

At Taylor Weed Control, we specialist in Japanese knotweed removal and have over 15 years’ experience to back it up. For a long-term solution with insurance backed guarantee, Japanese knotweed removal from Taylor Weed Control is the smart choice for you and your property.

 

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Discovering Japanese knotweed on your property can be quite the proverbial punch in the gut.

In addition to posing a massive inconvenience, a Japanese knotweed infestation also has the potential to work its ruthless roots into your finances too.

As a result, it’s not unusual for those faced with such a problem on their property to consider taking on Japanese knotweed removal DIY style.

While this isn’t an advisable course of action, some people cannot be deterred and will naturally aim to tackle the problem themselves, regardless of the risks.

With that in mind, it’s better to be prepared than sorry, so we’ve put together a few Japanese knotweed removal DIY tips to help you say “sayonara” to your unwanted guest once and for all.

 

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Japanese Knotweed Removal DIY Tips

If you do plan on taking on the sinister soil-dweller from “The Land of the Rising Sun” yourself, it’s not a decision to be taken lightly.

The slightest miss-step could see the roots spread further and totally monopolise your garden. Worse still, it could even lead to it affecting the value of your home.

As such, it’s important get it right first time. To avoid any accidental augmentation, follow these Japanese knotweed removal DIY tips.

 

Take Action

Japanese knotweed is notoriously difficult to get under control so early action is vital – this is no time to sit around and smell the roses.

Take action as soon as possible to quite literally nip the problem in the bud and catch your knotweed nuisance before it gets out of hand.

 

From the Ground Up

The best way of taking assertive action in your knotweed war it to get to the root of the problem…that being by attacking the roots. Sadly, this is easier said than done and can be a lot more difficult than you might think.

Japanese knotweed roots can bury themselves up to two metres below the surface. Worse still, it only takes a small piece of rogue root to grow into a new plant and potentially spread further.

 

No Alternative

Alternative Japanese knotweed treatments and natural remedies – such as coffee, lime and vinegar – are very much like trying to cure a serious illness without prescription medication or surgical treatment. The evidence of their success is dubious at best.

When it comes to Japanese knotweed, there is no substitute for herbicides and specialist chemical treatment. While it may be tempting to go down the natural route for the health of your garden and the health of your pocket, the chances of it working is slim.

 

Be Thorough

The regenerative powers of Japanese knotweed are pretty remarkable. Even the smallest of remains boast surprising resilience and can regrow into an entirely new plant, making wholesale eradication an arduous yet necessary process.

In order to fully rid your property of Japanese knotweed, getting to grips with every last inch of the wily weed is imperative. Failure to do so will only result in the issue returning down the line.

 

Professional Japanese Knotweed Removal

While it is theoretically possible to remove Japanese knotweed from your property yourself, the odds of achieving permanent success via the DIY route are not worth betting the farm on.

In fact, for those looking to sell their property, a professional treatment plan may be a pre-requisite in order to stand any chance of selling in the first place. Many estate agents and mortgage lenders will need assurance from a professional that the problem is under control before any headway can be made.

In order to stand the best chance of a permanent goodbye to your unwanted Nipponese nuisance, your best bet is call in the pros. Japanese knotweed removal specialists will be fully equipped with the tools and techniques necessary for an everlasting eviction.

At Taylor Weed Control, we have over 15 years’ experience in Japanese knotweed removal. Our expert team of weed removal specialists are well-versed in the art of knotweed war and more than capable of tackling the most vicious of vine infestations.

 

If you suspect you may have Japanese knotweed on your property, call Taylor Weed Control today! Get in touch now on 029 2039 7554 or click the button below to request a FREE Japanese knotweed survey on your property.

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