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Cirencester revealed as major hotspot for invasive plant

Summary by Ground News
Japanese knotweed is one of the UK's most invasive plants. It is responsible for damaging homes, pavements and drains. There are almost 58,000 known occurrences across the UK as of the time of writing. The most prominent spot for Japanese knotweed in Gloucestershire is the village of Blakeney near Lydney.

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