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Growing Your Own Tomatoes

Not the easiest of vegetables (fruit) to grow but definitely worth the effort in terms of taste. Sun, water, good soil and plenty of attention are required for a successful harvest. Why not grow varieties you are unlikely to find in a supermarket.

Organic Gardening: 7 Things You Can Recycle to Use in Your Garden

You can save a lot of money by recycling items you would otherwise throw away and using them in your garden. Instead of paying $10-20 or more for a large pot, throw down an old tire and fill it with soil. This article lists seven things you can recycle for use in your flower or vegetable garden.

Japanese Knotweed Contractors

Japanese knotweed contractors will provide you with the solutions that you need in controlling the destructive plant. They also offer removal and eradication services which will prove to be of great help in dealing with the knotweed. Most of the contractors will be fully trained and with all the certifications that are relevant to dealing with the plant and you can therefore expect only the best of results with their services.

Best Japanese Knotweed Contractors

Japanese knotweed needs to be controlled and eradicated as soon as possible before it causes extensive damages on the land and buildings or any other constructions which could be on the site. Fortunately, there are very good contractors for the knotweed who will come up with the best solutions as soon as you get in touch with them thereby leaving your land free from the knotweed.

Knotweed Eradication: On A War-Footing

With the spread of the “killer bamboo” or Japanese Knotweed in many parts of the UK and North America, steps are being undertaken on a war-footing to eradicate and control the spread before this weed causes irreversible damage to property and danger to life and limb, chokes out other species of plants and contaminates and clogs water-ways, drainage and sewerage systems in our urban centers. Dispersion, knowingly or unknowingly, of this plant, which was once considered a pretty, ornamental species, is now liable for prosecution under criminal and civil law. Knotweed infestation has enormous implications for the construction…

Knotweed Removal: Challenges and Hazards

With Knotweed dispersion being considered illegal and liable for prosecution under both criminal and civil laws, the proper eradication and control of this invasive bio-pest has become top priority for property owners, sellers, buyers, the realty industry, ecologists, environmentalists, city councils and the building industry. Some of the challenges in eradication/control of Japanese Knotweed are: Working with a strategy: Doing a proper survey before starting out is a good place to begin. A professional surveyor can give you proper advice about the extent of infestation not only in your own property, but also in the neighboring areas…

Knotweed Control: Getting The Best Help

Handling this new and insidious invasion of Japanese Knotweed has become a matter of concern across the British countryside and urban centers and suburbs. This fast-growing, hardy weed which was once cultivated by Victorians as an ornamental plant in the 19th century has mutated into a scourge that attacks old and new buildings from the foundations, waterways, drainage systems, motorways, roads, and airport tarmac.

Japanese Knotweed: Legal and Personal Liabilities

Two hundred years ago, when the Victorians imported a pretty, green leafy ornamental plant from Japan called Fallopia japonica, or Knotweed, little did they foresee that it would transform itself into a raging pest, causing millions of pounds of damage to public and private property and imposing huge liabilities on property owners, both personal and legal. Some of the legal pitfalls of allowing Knotweed to thrive in your property can be: Criminal sanctions under the 1990 Environment Protection Act if you don’t dispose of stem cuttings, leaf compost or rhizome-infested soil, in the prescribed manner. Criminal liabilities…

Knotweed: Why It’s Such a Dangerous Pest

Japanese Knotweed is considered today as one of the biggest threats to property and the safety of buildings, roads, bridges, pipelines and other structures. The tough, resilient roots can penetrate rock, soil, concrete, building foundations, tarmac and drainage/sewerage systems, causing structural damage that weakens them which ultimately leads to their collapse.

Knotweed: Facts and Features

Who’d have thought that an attractive, ornamental plant introduced in the UK by the Victorians in the 19th century would morph into a dangerous pest, posing risk to buildings, devaluation of property and destruction of native plant species in the UK? Japanese Knotweed is known by several names. Scientifically, its label is Fallopia japonica and its locally known as donkey rhubarb, Japanese bamboo, monkey fungus or fleece-flower.

Gardening: Compost Don’ts

More and more gardeners are making their own earth-friendly fertilizer and soil additive. Yet not all organic items are good for your compost heap or garden. Here are thirteen organic items that should not be added to your pile.

Your Garden’s Color Chart

The color wheel in grade school was not only pretty, but also a great tool in creating cohesive art projects. This diagram is also a great tool when picking out landscape supply options for your garden.

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