Japanese nudite is a giant weed (a perennial herb) that grows up to 10 cm per day in any type of soil. It originated in Asia, where it thrives in a vacant lot and in its natural habitat on the side of volcanoes. In Asia, there are mistakes that control cornflower, but in Europe and the USA. These errors do not exist and must be eliminated.
Methods of elimination
The elimination of Knotweed is based both on the treatment of foliage that grows from the ground and on the root system that grows underground. The underground root system can grow at a distance of up to 7 meters from the main plant, so an extensive disposal plan is needed.
There are a number of basic methods of elimination.
Using a herbicide spray to destroy it is the most effective method of destruction. Spraying the whole plant from top to bottom will eventually kill him, as the plant will absorb the dew and fall into the root system.
However, for the complete destruction of the herbicidal spray is usually required from three to four seasons of cultivation.
Excavation and disposal
If it is not possible to use a herbicide spray (that is, it is closer to a river or other water source), it can be excavated and delivered to an authorized landfill. This method of destruction is to dig the entire plant and root system and is an expensive method of destroying Japanese knots.
You can set a root barrier that will encapsulate the nodule on the site. This cornflower removal method can be used if a neighbor has a bundle that is close to his own land, but his neighbor does not want to pay for his removal.
Soil screening is a method in which all the soil infected by the knots is mechanically removed and then sifted to separate the Japanese parts from the knot from the soil.
How to remove it
How to remove japanese knotweed is a difficult thing to do alone, although it can be done. If you are digging a cornflower yourself, then the most important thing is to remove every piece of cornflower. If you do not do this, even a piece the size of a nail will become a completely new plant.
The mountaineer is a very resistant weed, and the infection spreads quickly. Often you see an infection that was spread by the property owner because they tried to fix it themselves, and some were lost. It is recommended to invite an expert to assess the infection for the survey.
Contact a Japanese Mustard Specialist
If you suspect a Japanese gantry shrub is in your property, contact Wise Knotweed Solutions to inquire about its removal.
Organize a study of Japanese joints and ask the expert how much the problem with Japanese joints is.