South Wales is one of the UK's worst-affected areas for Japanese knotweed growth.
That's according to an article published in YourMoney.com, which names South Wales alongside the likes of Bolton, Bristol and London.
These are apparently the places where this invasive species is at its most prolific.
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Which parts of South Wales have the most Japanese knotweed?
According to a Wales Online article originally published in July 2019, the locations in South Wales with most Japanese knotweed infestations were:
That said, it was Conwy - in North Wales - that topped the Wales Online list in 2019, with a jaw-dropping 395 cases within a radius of just 4 kilometres.
What should I do if I find Japanese knotweed on my property?
First of all, make sure it actually is Japanese knotweed. There are several similar-looking plants that may be mistaken for knotweed at a glance - visit our Japanese Knotweed Identification page for advice.
If you do have Japanese knotweed on your property, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND SEEKING EXPERT ADVICE instead of attempting to get rid of it on your own. Japanese knotweed has a 'rhizome' root system, and a tiny fragment of one root can turn into a whole new plant. (This should give you a pretty good idea how the plant became such a widespread problem in this country.)
Read More: How Do You Get Rid of Japanese Knotweed?
If you are worried about Japanese knotweed, please feel free to get in touch with Taylor Total Weed Control and request a FREE knotweed survey.
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