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Notorious…

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

Japanese Knotweed is notorious for many things but perhaps its greatest claim to fame is its skill at colonizing new ground. Japanese Knotweed is native to Japan, Korea and China and was introduced to Britain in the...

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Father’s Day…

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

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...

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What are they called, and where are they?

BY: Mike Clough | April 22nd 2015

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...

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Where is the world heading…?

BY: Mike Clough | April 22nd 2015

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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JKSL on BBC Documentary

BY: Mike Clough | October 7th 2013

Discover the original beginnings of this invasive plant, described in this BBC documentary as "... the most agressive alien weed in Britain...!"

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