Japanese knotweed shoots emerge a month earlier than normal due to record February temperatures - Hort News
The warmest February on record has prompted the emergence of Japanese knotweed at least one month earlier than usual, with spring shoots spotted by removal firm Environet UK last week in North Devon. Japanese knotweed hibernates during the winter months before emerging when the ground temperature reaches around 4°c, usually in late March/early April. RedRead More