Since it was introduced to the UK successful 1850, Japanese knotweed has gone from caller ornamental works to rampant invasive species. Madeleine Finlay speaks to writer Samanth Subramanian astir the immense costs associated with uncovering it connected a property, and Dr Sophie Hocking explains what the plant, and our attempts to power it, mightiness beryllium doing to the environment.
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