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Individual study: Cut and inject herbicide control of Japanese Knotweed Fallopia japonica at Rocky Valley, Cornwall, England

Published source details

Ford S. (2004) Cut and inject herbicide control of Japanese Knotweed Fallopia japonica at Rocky Valley, Cornwall, England. Conservation Evidence, 1, 1-2

Summary

Highly invasive, non-native Japanese knotweed Fallopia japonica, was successfully controlled, although not completely eradicated, by cut and inject herbicide application in a coastal valley in south-west England. In areas cleared of knotweed infestation, native flora including bluebells Hyacinthoides non-scripta, successfully re-established.