How To Uproot A Tree?

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The easiest way to uproot a tree is by digging around the tree with a piece of heavy equipment like a loader or a track hoe. This type of equipment allows a person to dig close to the tree and to rip the roots out as they are found. One can also uproot a tree by digging with a shovel, but depending on the size of the tree, this can take a very long time to accomplish. Once the roots are exposed, the tree can be pushed out of the ground using the heavy equipment.
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Uprooting a tree can be very hard to do especially if it is very old. You will have to dig underground to the roots if you no longer want the tree to grow.
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