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Removing japanese knotweed

Following hot on the heels of the car and van wrapping lead generation website, we’re also pleased to announce the launch of a new site dedicated to generating leads for companies who specialise in the removal of Japanese Knotweed.

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica), also referred to as Polygonum cuspidatum, Reynoutria japonica and Fallopia japonica, is an invasive perennial weed that is spreading throughout the UK at an alarming rate.

It is a highly invasive plant and is recognised as the most invasive species of plant in Britain today. It is a hardy plant and spreads quickly. It can grow up to 3 metres and flourish in any terrain. Japanese knotweed was imported in the 19th century as a plant to feed cattle. Although Japanese knotweed can look attractive it overwhelms other plants. It grows aggressively and can effectively damage properties.

The aim of our new website is to inform users about the dangers of Japanese Knotweed and put those who have been effected by it in touch with suppliers who can assist them with removing it. You can find out more about our new website here:


How responsive web design can help increase revenue

According to a recent study, searches that are performed on a mobile device, such as a phone or tablet, are now outnumbering the ones performed on desktops or laptops in 10 countries, with the U.S. and Japan included. Because of this market direction and that the trend will likely continue to increase, it is critical that websites offer options for mobile friendly versions of their content.

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