Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica)

What is Japanese Knotweed?  Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is a herbaceous perennial plant. This species is extremely common and widespread across Ireland. It is most prominent in areas of wasteland, roadsides, landfills, wetlands and riparian (river) areas across the entire country. Where did it come from?   Japanese Knotweed is native to East Asia in … Continue reading Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica)

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Wildlife Corridor – What are they & why are they so important?

What is a Wildlife Corridor?  A Wildlife Corridor is an area in the environment or a landscape that functions as a passage way which increases connectivity between species or a species' access to other areas of land. Wildlife Corridors are usually habitats that are long in length and connect fragmented patches of habitat by which … Continue reading Wildlife Corridor – What are they & why are they so important?