How can you kill a tree stump?


Garden writer David Beaulieu suggests using nitrogen and water to help kill a tree stump. He explains that the process begins with cutting the stump as closely to the ground as possible. The next step involves drilling holes a few inches deep into the stump in numerous places with a wide drill bit to apply the nitrogen and water.

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1. Put on your protective gloves and safety glasses. Remove any new growth or suckers from the stump with your lopping shears. Cut the stump down to ground level with a chainsaw or
1. Pull the tree stump out of the ground by the roots to kill it. Leave a foot or more of the tree trunk in tact when cutting down the tree if you intend to pull the stump. Wrap one
Make several downward cuts with a knife into the bark. Then pour concentrated roundup into the holes. If/when you see shoots growing, repeat the process in the new shoots. It may
If its just a stump,Is not living and has no leaves, then chances are its dead. Hire a someone to grind it out. If it has shoots and leaves then spray it with a glycophate or round
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How to Kill a Tree Stump
Cutting down an unwanted tree may remove the problem from your sight, but it often does not kill the tree. According to the University of Massachusetts, many types of trees, including poplar, willow, green ash, and some maples, continue to grow new... More »
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