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How to Control Japanese Knotweed

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With an academic background in biology, environmental forestry and eco-physiology, Dr Paul Beckett shares his expertise in Japanese Knotweed - its life-cycle, different methods of managing it, plus the legalities of it being a `controlled waste`. In collaboration with Professor Anthony Moore of the University of Sussex and Julia Shearman, a PhD student funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council, he is looking at new ways to inhibit the rapid growth of this invasive plant.
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http://www.sussex.ac.uk/lifesci/moorelab/
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a few gallons of diesel will kill this shit, no problem

Al Green

March 17, 2019

same here, that's what I watched it for !

Kilian Mac Liam

April 23, 2019

But have you found a way to kill it yet??

Doug Elick

May 7, 2019

So your basically a Robbing bastard with a syringe, a garden sprayer and a digger.

Cool story bro

Al Green

May 8, 2019

There's nothing wrong with the way she chooses to groom herself. Your comment on the other hand…

A. M.

May 12, 2019

I hear on the grapevine a new way of tackling it. Injecting a chemical in the base of its stem. Apparently it goes right down to the roots and kills it slowly

Ali

May 16, 2019

So the answer to "How do you control Japanese knotweed" is you don't know?

Murray Eaton

June 17, 2019

I mean they listed ways to control it. Burning and destroying the rhizomes. Just the financially feasible vs effective doesn't match up yet.

Jeremy McAdams

July 17, 2019

Glyphosate foam has been effective but if you are against herbicides then there will be no easy control. Mechanical will be your only option. But you can eat the leaves and maybe grind the stalks and turn that into compost/burn it.

Jeremy McAdams

July 17, 2019

You all obviously got no where

queenofbeauty

July 18, 2019


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