CABI trials natural control methods for tackling knotweed in the Netherlands

The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI), an agricultural not-for-profit organization based in the UK, is sharing its expertise in invasive weed management to help tackle Japanese knotweed in the Netherlands.

by Dan Symonds
Aphalara itadori on Japanese knotweed leaves - image: CABI
Aphalara itadori on Japanese knotweed leaves - image: CABI

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