May News

Luckily Knotweed does not produce seed in the UK

Taking advantage of a rare day of fine weather, today we tried to check progress on as many of our existing sites as possible.

Despite a full day of driving around South Wales, we only managed to look at 10 sites where we has started treatment in 2011.

The results were however, way beyond expectation;

After only one treatment in 2011, we were delighted to find that four sites had NO regrowth whatsoever while the remainder had thrown up between 2 to 6 small stems each which we happily re-treated.

Roll on the next dry day!



Because householders are often out, this year we now have postcards which we can leave to let clients know we had called.




    • Anon. on May 6, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    Good Job, must have been a miracle. Keep up the hard work until its all gone 🙂
    Eversley Road, Sketty

    • Gabe on May 6, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    Thanks, yours was one of the sites that really impressed us how effective out first treatment had been.
    Last year the whole garden was covered with a dense 9ft high mass of Knotweed. This Spring only a handful of weak shoots have appeared and have been promptly dealt with.
    We will check again in a couple of months and catch any re-growth.

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