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Like trying to get ticks off a hound dog. Damn stuff is a nightmare in the uk and the only way i managed to get rid of it was to completely dig the whole garden down 3 foot and remove the lot.

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Just now, Khriss said:

Yes, glyphosate, but be prepared to treat over several years. K

I heard they were having the same issue on those indonesian islands but they keep moving about 🤣

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Just now, Khriss said:

Chippy, thats the bugger with it! Gets over yr neighbours boundary then its 💲💲k

Last house i bought and sold the neighbours were a nightmare so i introduced them to it ☺️ Many ways to skin a cat so the saying goes.

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8 minutes ago, topchippyles said:

Last house i bought and sold the neighbours were a nightmare so i introduced them to it ☺️ Many ways to skin a cat so the saying goes.

Now thats naughty..... K

(  they would struggle if the bank found out  😉

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2 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Now thats naughty..... K

(  they would struggle if the bank found out  😉

Guy been dead years and its now a factory site 

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I’ve done some knotweed treatments (years ago now) and we used Rosate 360 and injected it into the stems. At one place I brought it from they asked for my PA1 and 6 tickets but not sure if that is still the case as I say it was a few years back now

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