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By: Lois Child and Max Wade
123 pages, Photos, figs, maps
Japanese knotweed has become an alien invasive weed throughout Europe, the USA, Canada and more recently in New Zealand and Australia. This manual provides essential information and guidelines on how to manage this plant which is causing serious problems in many areas. These range from impeding drainage and displacing native flora and fauna through to damaging buildings and causing blight to sites it has colonised.
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