The Japanese knotweed has a vast underground network of rhizomes (underground-like trunks). To eradicate the plant, you have to kill the rhizomes. The choice of the right herbicide is important because it must pass through the plant and into the rhizome system below. Several herbicides can treat Japanese knotweed successfully – you need to choose the right herbicide for your situation. Glyphosate is effective because it enters the whole plant. The goal is to ensure that the proposed use of the herbicide cannot damage or pollute the aquatic environment (including surface and groundwater). Please send us your request for the herbicide screening service via email. They must provide information on the location (i.e. a 12-digit national separation) and on the entire processing area. We will always try to respond within 10 business days of receiving a request. If this is not possible, we will inform you. No no. Consent from North Rhine-Westphalia is only required if the herbicide is to be used: use this form if you want to use herbicides to control herbicides in water or on shorelines next to a body of water or a stream.
We have changed the way we regulate the use of herbicides Please read below for more details, our herbicide guide here Q: Need all types of herbicide use NRW approval? This is a simpler and quicker way to obtain our consent to the use of herbicides in certain circumstances and does not require an application form. It is only available for activities that meet certain criteria, as noted above, and are performed in accordance with the required standards. Any activity that is unable to meet the low risk criteria is considered a higher risk. They must also conduct an assessment of hazardous substances (COSH) for all activities involving herbicides. The person spraying must be in possession of a certificate of technical competency for the use or work of herbicides under the direct supervision of a certificate holder. If you intend to spray in or near the water, the person performing or monitoring the spray must have the appropriate aquatic part of the qualification. The sprayer must also meet the pesticide label and all its conditions. Before spraying in or near the water, you should check that the product is approved for use near water. There are legal provisions for the use of herbicides. Before using herbicides, you should consider all other weeding methods. If you need advice on how to treat non-native invasive species, you can contact NRW and contact one of our BASE-trained officers. In Northern Ireland, there is no requirement for NIEA to report or consent/authorization for the use of a licensed herbicide near a stream, unless you are working on a designated body of water if you require “consent” from the Conservation and Protection Designation Division.
Treaty™ is a dry-flow herbicide that offers excellent control of many problems in wheat, barley, oats, triticale, wasteland, corn, soybeans. The contract can be used as a stand-alone herbicide or in a mixture of cisterns with grass or other stone-leaved herbicides. In Scotland, if you plan to use the herbicide in or near a stream, you should consult SEPA. You can apply herbicide to an invasive non-native plant that grows less than a metre from the top of the bank without contacting SEPA, as long as you follow the rules in 23g GBR. By email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Use “Herbicide high risk agreement application” in the email title.