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Discussion in 'Plants: In the News' started by togata57, Aug 28, 2016.
Homeowner says she is unable to sell her home as Japanese knotweed has taken over neighbour's garden
She should have read last year's article (or her neighbour and the council should have read it):
UK government concedes defeat to Japanese knotweed.
I see that one can buy insurance to cover the discovery of Japanese knotweed on a property in England:
Japanese Knotweed - Countrywide Legal Indemnity Cover
The CBC reports that we're using goats on it in nearby Chilliwack (reported in May, 2016)
Goats turned loose on Chilliwack's destructive Japanese Knotweed
I wonder what we're doing here about the knotweed at the base of the Ironworkers Bridge?
Concrete-busting weed can threaten projects
Over several years, I eliminated a fairly small stand of Japanese knotweed in my Burnaby, BC garden by constantly keeping it cut off at ground level. This method also worked on goutweed, lily-of-the-valley and chameleon plant. All were completely on my property . . . not coming in from the neighbour's. It requires great vigilance and patience but is eventually successful. Most plants do need to photosynthesize to live.