Case studies enable practitioners to record and share the specific conditions and methodologies behind what they did and why. We have tried to capture a range of case studies so that people are able to both promote what they are doing and find new and innovative ways of dealing with invasive non-native species issues that we all face.
London is unique in regards to invasive non-native species as new and previously unseen species often establish first in our urban landscape. One such species, Johnson grass (Sorghum halepense), is already known as a highly invasive species in other locations throughout the world. Johnson grass has become naturalised in areas of the United States of America. It […]