JAPANESE KNOTWEED REMOVAL
One popular Japanese Knotweed herbicide treatment method is the leaf application of herbicides, also known as foliage spraying. This particular type of herbicide poisoning treatment is the ideal solution for treating large and small areas infested with Japanese Knotweed. The herbicide can be applied quickly and will be absorbed by the leaves down into the rhizomes from where it will destroy the plant. Japanese Knotweed herbicide treatment plans are the most cost-effective, however, if you are landscaping or developing, this may not be suitable and you may need to consider excavation.
Herbicide spray treatment is a sure and economically viable method of eliminating Japanese Knotweed but it may take a while. Once the herbicide poisoning treatment has been applied to the leaves, it needs to be taken down to the rhizomes to be effective. The herbicide is usually rainfast within 10 mins. Japanese Knotweed killer sprays and herbicide treatments normally take between 2 and 5 years to complete, but can take longer if the infestation is mature and well established.
The application of Japanese Knotweed herbicide treatments, both foliage spraying and stem injection require special care to prevent harm to other nearby plants and wildlife. All of our technicians at Japanese Knotweed Specialists are NPTC and PCA qualified, which is a necessary requirement for the application for any industry standard herbicide.
Working strictly to the PCA code of practice, we ensure your treatment plan includes a two-year post-herbicide-treatment monitoring period. Along with your guarantee, this ensures you have a robust, long-lasting treatment plan helping to prevent future infestations and issues.
We offer five and ten-year guarantees with all of our Japanese Knotweed treatments to satisfy mortgage lending companies. Our guarantees are independently written and approved by the Invasive Weed Group of the Property Care Association (PCA), and also recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).