Should controlling Japanese Knotweed be a land management priority?

The possibility of a golf course being found liable for the spread of Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) from its land to an adjoining property is now a real possibility following a recent Court of Appeal Judgement. The case dates back to 2015 when a claim was issued against Network Rail by the owners of adjoining semi-detached bungalows....
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