How Do You Stop Tree Suckers from Growing?


The best way to stop tree suckers from growing is to apply a sucker-stop solution. Begin by cutting the little suckers coming up out of the ground near the base of the tree. Apply the solution to every sucker that you pruned to keep them from growing back.
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How to Stop Tree Suckers From Growing
Suckers shoot up from roots throughout the yard and around the plant base in both living and cut trees and shrubs. The approach to stop sucker growth depends on whether the tree is alive or dead. Suckers are particularly common in ornamental fruit trees... More »
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