Terrestrial Invasive Weeds
TCM are able to offer eradication strategies for a variety of other invasive species including Buddleia, Giant Hogweed, Giant Knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, Ragwort.
Giant Hogweed is straightforward to identify, but has severe safety issues when in close contact with humans and animals. Introduced as an ornamental plant, its appearance is similar to ...Read more
Giant Knotweed is native to Japan, the island of Sakhalin to the north of Japan, and the remote island of Ullung-do between Japan and Korea. It is a striking and huge ...Read more
Typical areas Buddleia invades are quarries, urban wastelands, railways, gravel workings, and building sites. In the UK it has spread by wind ...Read more
Himalayan balsam is the tallest growing annual plant in the United Kingdom and is highly invasive due to its unique seed distribution method ...Read more
Ragwort is an aggressive colonizer of any bare soil on which seeds may alight. It is most commonly found on set-aside agricultural land ...Read more