Japanese knotweed – Spring growth?
Japanese knotweed mortgages and Knotweed Management Plans. Wednesday 21st November 2018
Japanese knotweed – does it cause property damage? Friday 20th July 2018
Japanese knotweed – the end is nigh! Wednesday 31st October 2018
Who monitors your Japanese knotweed in the guarantee period? Friday 7th September 2018
Thursday 20th March 2014
Japanese knotweed is an herbaceous perennial, each winter the above ground growth is usually killed off by frosts and the plant will re-emerge in the spring. At the moment, the knotweed (where it has not been treated) will be forming new buds and when the temperatures are right it will start to grow – at a rate of a foot a week! With predicted colder weather to come in the next week (and even the possibility of frosts) the knotweed will not be emerging for a few weeks, but if this mild weather continues, we can expect to see growth emerging in a number of locations from early April – possibly sooner than that in sheltered areas.
Assuming an early spring, we might see Japanese knotweed growth in sheltered areas (such as London, Bristol, Southampton, Kent, etc) becoming quite substantial by late April or early May. We are already seeing signs that the knotweed stems from the 2013 season were not completely killed off and some old stems are developing growth buds – it should be an interesting season!
With staff covering all of England & Wales, speak to the professional Japanese knotweed Company about your knotweed problems, contact us on 01327 340770 or 01962 886060 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org