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Japanese Knotweed


Japanese Knotweed is Britain's most invasive non-native plant. It was originally brought from the Far East as an ornamental plant by the Victorians but it has now widely naturalized and occurs across the UK as well as Europe, USA, Canada and New Zealand. This web site is designed to help you find the information you need to help you recognize and deal with Japanese Knotweed, and its relatives, and to help the Forum achieve its aim of controlling Japanese Knotweed in Devon.

Japanese Knotweed Downloadable Information Booklet (1.33MB - pdf help)

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