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Why is it growing there…?

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

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...

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What have I learnt?

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

My dog passed away recently and I miss her like mad - yet she was incredibly low maintenance – water/food/walk was all she needed to then give back 100% love and affection. My wife on the other...

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What does it look like?

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

There are inevitably major differences in the habit and appearance of plants in their native and non-native situations, and Japanese Knotweed is no exception. The first point of contrast is the relative abundance of the dwarf mountain...

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What’s important to you?

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

It’s a fairly simple question but the answers will vary dramatically from person to person. Family, friends, holidays, pets, comfort, security, money, cars….and maybe on a few peoples lists….’the environment’. I know that I prattle on about...

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It’s the end of the world…

BY: Mike Clough | April 23rd 2015

So today the server went down and yes, it did feel like the end of the world. For a business 1 day with no internet felt like an eternity. Panic set in -How do we get work...

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