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Halting the spread of highly invasive and destructive Japanese knotweed
February 10, 2023
Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is a highly invasive species that is having a devastating impact on native biodiversity and local infrastructure in its introduced range in the UK, Europe, North America and Canada.
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