War on Weeds

War on Weeds are a leading Japanese Knotweed eradication specialist who offer professional advice, from years of experience, cost effective solutions and appropriate programs. For the removal and complete eradication of Japanese Knotweed, we offer a comprehensive service for Domestic and Commercial customers with all work undertaken fully insured, and carried out by qualified experienced technicians. Take control of your knotweed!

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What is Japanese Knotweed?

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica) is a large herbaceous perennial native to Eastern Asia. It was introduced to Britain in the 1850’s as an ornamental plant. But it is now listed by The World Conservation Union as One of the Worlds WORST Invasive Species, which is why Japanese Knotweed control can be so important.

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Recent Press

Removal of Japanese Knotweed is becoming so important as,"home buyers are being denied a mortgage by banks and building sites because the property they are trying to purchase has been affected by an invasive garden weed. Mortgage lenders claim Japanese knotweed that is capable of pushing through concrete, poses a risk to the structure and fabric of the building, and so reduces the value of a property"

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Identification of JK

The Start of Spring begins with the Knotweed shoots beginning to appear very similar in appearance to Asparagus spears with a red-dy purple colour. Next fast growing canes with leaves that unravel as the plant turns green. By late spring the canes of the Knotweed can reach 3 metres(10 feet) in height proving control of Japanese Knotweed can be quite difficult.

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Our Solutions

  • Chemical Control(Herbicides)
  • Stem Injection
  • Excavation and Encapsulation
  • Soil Screening
  • Excavation and Removal (Dig & Dump)


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Invasive plants

For Knotweed control and more War on weeds can offer advice and treatment programs for ALL other invasive plants and weed removal including:

  • Giant Hogweed
  • Himalayan Balsam
  • Ragwort
  • Rhododendron


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