Removing Invasive Plants : Japanese Knotweed
|Japanese Knotweed in flower |
|photo by Tom Heutte|
Michael De Rosa writes, "Cutting and removing standing vegetation is a beginning, but without removing the root ball completely, the plant will re-colonize the area within the same growing season. Moreover, the plant will regenerate into an entirely new plant from broken stems, leaves and root parts.
|Some people use it in salads! click here|
|Dig a giant hole|
Or you can eat it! Make mass quantities of Knotweed and Ginger Jam:
|Knotweed and Ginger Jam - click here for recipe|