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Japanese knotweed news:

What to do if your surveyor fails to spot Japanese knotweed

What happens if a surveyor misses Japanese knotweed growing on a property you wish to  buy?

Sellers have a legal obligation to declare if a property is affected by knotweed when they sell. However, some will claim they aren’t aware of it “to the best of their knowledge”, while others will attempt to conceal the weed by cutting it back, burning it, covering it with lawn or chippings, in the hope it isn’t discovered, particularly during late autumn and winter when the plant dies back. 

Cornwall residents come out in force for Japanese knotweed Pop-up

Our Japanese knotweed Pop-up event at the prestigious Duchy of Cornwall Nursery in Lostwithiel was a great success.

As a leading centre of horticultural excellence in the region, the Nursery is regularly approached by customers who are concerned about Japanese knotweed, so the diary was jam packed with one-to-one consultations with expert Emily Grant, our Senior Regional Manager for the South West.

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