If you know anything about Japanese knotweed, you'll know how much damage it can cause if left unchecked and how easily it can spread.
Being one of the fastest-growing plant species that we have here in the UK, it's important to understand the nature of knotweed and the things that are needed to slow down or prevent it from spreading altogether.
But just how easy is it to spread knotweed? Can Japanese knotweed spread on shoes? In this blog, we examine knotweed closer in relation to its ability to spread and what you can do to stop it.
If you love spending time in your garden, caring for your lawn, plants and wildlife, you'll know that one of the hardest and maybe most annoying jobs that you have to do is control your weeds. Some stay away once removed but some may keep coming back.
If you find yourself constantly removing the same weeds that just keep coming back, then this blog is for you! Here, we take a look at why some weeds continue to grow after you've removed them and what you need to do to ensure they stay away, forever!
If you've ever experienced any issues involving invasive weeds which have led you to do some research online, the chances of coming across the Property Care Association (PCA) are pretty high. Why? Well, the PCA is an independent trade association that represents professional property care specialists who need to meet stringent criteria before becoming members. Which includes the management of invasive weeds.
This may not make a whole bunch of sense and could still lead to some confusion, so in this blog, we take a closer look at the PCA, who they are, what they do and why it is important to use a PCA-accredited when it comes to anything related to your property!
If you have a love and passion for horses, you'll know first-hand the effects that toxic weeds such as ragwort can have on livestock. Although beautiful to look at, ragwort has the ability to cause serious problems for your horses, especially if left unchecked.
In this blog, we take a closer look at ragwort, find out exactly what it is and the ways in which you can control it in your paddock to stop it from harming your horses.
So, to find out how to keep your horses safe from dangerous ragwort weeds, read on!
Japanese knotweed: the plant that strikes fear into the heart of every home and business across the country thanks to its incredibly invasive nature and ability to cause extensive damage as it grows.
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Dealing with knotweed on your own property is one thing, but when you have to deal with knotweed that is growing and spreading from a neighbouring property, the situation can and has proven on many occasions in recent history, to become an even bigger problem to contend with. Especially when the neighbours in question choose to ignore it.
So, what can you do if you have a Japanese knotweed neighbour dispute? Taylor Total Weed Control are here to help! In this blog, we take a closer look at some of the legal issues surrounding Japanese knotweed and its spread and what you can do if your neighbour chooses to ignore it.