Himalayan Balsam Treatment & Removal

Himalayan Balsam Treatment, Eradication & Removal Specialists

We provide Himalayan Balsam, surveys and management plans with tailored options for herbicide treatment, excavation, removal & disposal 

We can help with:

  • Commercial Solutions
  • Residential Solutions
  • Development Solutions

What is Himalayan Balsam

Himalayan Balsam, Impatiens glandulifera, was introduced into Britain in 1839 as an ornamental garden plant. It escaped from cultivation and has spread rapidly throughout the UK and Ireland, favouring moist and semi-shaded damp places, predominantly by slow-moving watercourses and waste land.

Why Choose Us?

  • Property Care Association (PCA)┬áMember
  • Industry-leading Solutions
  • 10 years insurance backed Guarantee
  • nationwide coverage
1,005+
Commercial Objects
1,520+
residential projects

UK Wide

We have specialist teams based across the UK

Guarantee

10 years backed guarantee on all work carried out

Well Experienced

15 years of experience in Himalayan Balsam removal

1,638+
Commercial Projects
Our Himalayan Balsam Removal Process

How do we remove Himalayan Balsam in the UK

The process begins with identifying if you have an invasive plant, either through photos you send us or a comprehensive site survey we conduct. Based on this, we offer a variety of tailor-made treatment options suited to your site’s specific needs. We then provide a detailed quote, covering all treatment phases and including ongoing monitoring programs with insurance-backed guarantees.

Everyday from

8:00-6:00

Mobile Number

0790 008 2338

Our Services

We can provide a range of Himalayan Balsam Removal solutions

Feel free to reach out if you’re facing challenges with Himalayan Balsam on your land or if you wish to schedule a survey with our experts.

Herbicide Treatment

Herbicide spray treatment typically has the lowest cost to you, however, it can take longer to achieve control of the Himalayan Balsam

Stem Injection

The stem injection method involves using specialised equipment to inject glyphosate herbicide directly into the plant

Excavation

Excavation is a process that involves removing contaminated soil using plant equipment and disposing of the Himalayan Balsam.

Our Credentials

Testimonials

Here’s what our clients have to say

John Ross


Kevin set my mind at ease immediately, he was professional and explained everything in great detail. I have no hesitation in recommending JKS and I feel very grateful that I chose the company to start with.

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Jennifer warner


I was unable to re-mortgage the property & used this company who provided a comprehensive survey & put a strategy in place to remove the knotweed, the service was excellent & the staff that carried out the spraying were polite, courteous & very professional.

Tony Nguyen


Very happy with the service provided by Japanese Knotweed Specialists. Professional company with knowledgeable workers who know what they are doing.

Elaine Chadwick

Glasgow


I called this company in a panic when a neighbour spotted giant knotweed in my garden. This company immediately put me at ease and had an inspector at my property within a couple of hours. Luckily, it turned out not to be knotweed – I received a written notification of this the very next day- but I was hugely impressed by everyone I dealt with. Calls were returned immediately and nothing seemed too much trouble. AMAZING customer service. Elaine. Glasgow

What does Himalayan Balsam look like?


Himalayan balsam is a tall growing annual, 2-3m (6-10ft) in height. Between June and October it produces clusters of purplish pink (or rarely white) helmet-shaped flowers. The flowers are followed by seed pods that open explosively when ripe.

Our Clients

Below are just some of the clients we have worked with on both commercial and residential projects

Our Locations

Scotland

England

Wales

  • Cardiff
  • Swansea
  • Newport
  • Bangor
  • St Davids

contact our Himalayan Balsam experts