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JAPANESE KNOTWEED IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL EXPERTS

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WELCOME, WE ARE THE SPECIALISTS IN THE REMOVAL OF JAPANESE KNOTWEED

JKSL is the UK's leading specialist in the identification, control and eradication of Japanese Knotweed and other invasive varieties.

We're a dedicated team of professionals who share a great deal of experience. We invest heavily in the continual training of all our employees, ensuring you always have a highly qualified team working on your project with the latest industry accreditations.

Established for over a decade, we are here to stay and offer a 10 year insurance backed warranty. We're trusted by over 300 clients including many of the UK's largest landowners, construction companies and government agencies.
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GROWING CONCERNS

Mike Clough's blog. Here Mike will be posting the most important issues in the industry

  • Where is the world heading…?

    As I’m getting older I do find myself thinking…what’s it all about? Through life you meet a variety of people and come across people’s different ways of looking at things....but who is right and who is wrong?

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  • What are they called and where are they…?

    Fallopia japonica The presence of Fallopia japonica was recorded in most of the countries of mainland North, Central and Southern Europe (with the exception of Italy, Albania and European Turkey) in 1979. There are very few records from European Russia and the plant is generally absent from the Mediterranean region. It is now known to flourish in parts of Milan, Italy – with climatic influence playing a part in this growth. The plant is regarded as a pest in North and Central Europe and the USA – it also occurs in Canada, Australia and New Zealand – no records have ever been made for Africa or South or Central America.

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  • Father’s Day …

    The recent Invasive Non Native Specialists Association conference turned into a bit of a family day out. A picture of my dad opened the conference whilst Mr Podmore (Richards Dad from Japanese Knotweed Control) helped on their stand… and Conor’s dad manned the Invasive Weed company display.

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  • Why is it growing there…?

    In its native Japan, Fallopia japonica is a component of communities inhabiting extreme lava and ash sheets at high altitudes. In these situations F. japonica is a pioneer species facilitating the growth of other plant species. The plant also spreads into man-made habitats, pastures and roadsides where it is one of the most troublesome weeds in Japan.

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  • ABOUT
    JAPANESE KNOTWEED

    Japanese Knotweed is an invasive species of weed, that is peculiar in that it has three different scientific names; Polygonum Cuspidatum, Reynoutria Japonica and Fallopia Japonica. The scientific name most used today for this invasive plant species is Fallopia Japonica.
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  • REMOVING
    JAPANESE KNOTWEED

    Japanese Knotweed is a highly invasive perennial weed that is capable of causing serious damage to buildings and their foundations if not removed in a timely and correct manner. There are many different ways of treating Japanese Knotweed and JKSL provide the most effective Japanese Knotweed solutions, both in terms of cost and complete, permanent removal.
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10 YEAR
GUARANTEE

As part of our commitment to our clients' peace of mind we are proud to offer an Insurance Backed Warranty on any site*, which is designed to cover client costs if re-growth occurs. Each policy is individually tailored to our client's site and the level of cover required.

10 Year Guarantee