How to Kill Adult Trees Using Muriatic Acid?

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If you have a tree that you want to remove by killing it with acids, you may want to try muriatic acid. It's sometimes called hydrochloric acid. You'll want to dilute the acid according to directions. Wear protective gear. Dig a trench around the tree to expose the roots. Then pour the acid directly on the roots. After cutting down the tree, pour some of the acid mix on the top of the stump also.
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