giant knotweed

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giant knotweed

giant knotweed

Large heart-shaped leaves on a 10’ 93m) bush, greenish-white 5-petal flowers in clusters. Young shoots edible raw or cooked in spring. lemony mild-rhubarb flavor. Can be ground into powder. Stems best peeled. Contains anti-aging resveratrol (similar uses and benefits as Japanese Knotweed)
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Based on an extract of Giant Knotweed (Reynoutria sachalinensis), REGALIA MAXX prevents and fights crop diseases by triggering treated plants to produce disease-fighting biochemicals (Induced Systemic Resistance), while simultaneously enhancing plant health, crop yield and crop quality.
Other invasive plants identified in Snowdonia are all typically found in ponds or on riverbanks - New Zealand Pigmyweed (7), Parrot's-feather (4), Giant Hogweed (2), American Skunk-cabbage (1) and Giant Knotweed (1).
It can also hybridise with giant knotweed, and there exists a unique opportunity for evolution of new knotweed plants better suited to our climate and able to regain the ability to reproduce by seed.