Does Salt Kill Trees?

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It is possible for salt to kill trees. Salt suffocate the plants and stunt root development. An effect of employing salt to kill trees is destruction of grass or vegetation life in the immediate area.
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You can kill a tree with herbicides or you can cut the tree down clear to the ground. You can also use nitrogen fertilizer that you've inserted into drilled holes into the tree to
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Liberal doses of boiling water poured onto the tree stump and root system will kill a tree stump, and keep it from growing back. Be sure the trunk is cut as close to the ground as
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