Posted on Jun 13, 2012

A break in the rain allows for Japanese knotweed spray

This week we have managed to take the opportunity of a few days without rain, and have returned to some existing sites to re-spray stands of Japanese knotweed.

On one of the sites, a school in East London, we were happy to see that the knotweed had reacted so well to the first spray that no new shoots had grown this year, and only the dead growth from last year remains. With the assistance of the client, we will continue to monitor the knotweed.

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