Spraying services in Kent. Japanese Knotweed specialists.

Goldings Agricultural Services Limited

1 Norton Villas
Provender Lane
Norton, Faversham
Kent ME13 0SL

Tel: 01795 520647
Mobile: 07710 012592

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The Upper Medway IDB has hired the services of Goldings Agricultural Services for the last two years to control the spread of aquatic weed growth using Herbicide in a number of important waterways around Kent. They have helped me tremendously organising all the relevant licences and paperwork with the Environment Agency. I would recommend using Goldings to anyone for the simple reason they are reliable and personal hands on approach. They have saved the Board thousands of pounds overall and made my life easier.

Thank you.

Mike Watson
Upper Medway IDB

Spraying and Weed Control

Spraying/Weed Control | Japanese Knotweed | Giant Hogweed

We are highly experienced, trained and qualified in weed spraying (weed control). All staff currently have PA1, PA2, PA3, PA4, PA6 and PA6w certificates. The PA6w can allow us to spray weeds near water. We can help with any weed control problem you may have.

We can offer Spraying/Weed control
with the following machinery...

GPS System Support

Offering Spraying/Weed control services
for the following sectors...

Woodland & Forestry

Another way we can help with Weed Control is PA6w which allows us to spray near water but only from the bank using a knapsack.

Buffer Zones
Drainage Ditches
Streams & Rivers
Ponds & Lakes

Specialists in controlling Japanese Knotweed and Giant Hogweed using a Weed control chemical.

We use a Stem injection gun for the weed control for this plant, this works by injecting a small measured dose of weed control herbicide into each cane of the Japanese Knotweed or Giant Hogweed infestation. This allows the herbicide to translocate throughout the roots and rhizome of the plant. By using this method of weed control it will not harm any other plants or foliage in the area.

Japanese Knotweed removal

Japanese Knotweed

With no natural enemies, Japanese Knotweed spreads extremely quickly, preventing native vegetation from growing while posing a risk to properties and industrial sites.

‘Rhizome segments can remain dormant in soil
for twenty years before producing new plants’

What does Japanese knotweed look like?

Lush green in colour
Shovel shaped leaves
Stem is bamboo like in appearance
Produces white flowers around September or October
Can grow by 10cm a day

Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed is a public health hazard due to its clear, watery sap which has toxins that cause photo-dermatitis. Skin to contact followed by exposure to sunlight produces painful, burning blisters that may develop into purplish or blackened scars.

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Water Bank Spraying

Japanese Knotweed

Giant Hogweed

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PA1 Spraying

PA2 Spraying

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Gapping Up


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Spraying PA2, PA3 & PA4

Marking Out & Planting

General Tractor Driving

Harvesting Help


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Hop Garden & Vineyard

Wirework Main

Spraying PA2, PA3 & PA4


Harvesting Help




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