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Stump Removal

Stump Removal : Frequently asked questions by clients


  •  How does Epsom salt get rid of a tree stump? 

 Drill holes into the top of the stump, using a 1-inch extra-long bit. Make holes all around the stump, leaving a few inches between them. Pour straight, dry Epsom salt into the holes to fill them. Water the holes slowly to be sure that the salt doesn't come back out. 


  •  How do you remove a stump without a grinder? 

 Chemical Method to Remove a Stump

  1. But first, using a chain saw, cut the stump down as close to the ground as you can, without allowing the chain saw's teeth to strike the ground (this would dull your chain). ...
  2. Drill holes a few inches deep into the stump in numerous places, using your widest drill bit

  •  How do you rot a tree stump fast? 

 When the tree is as low to the ground as you can get it, drill holes a few inches deep into the stump in various locations. Use the widest drill bit possible; the deeper and wider the holes, the better. Fill the holes first with water and then a fertilizer high in nitrogen. Cow manure can do the trick. 


  •  What can you put on a tree stump to make it rot? 

 How to Rot a Tree Stump

  • Drill with a one-inch spade bit or other wood-boring bit.
  • Eight to 10-inch extender for the bit.
  • Potassium nitrate, blood meal, fresh manure or compost.
  • Plastic scoop or garden trowel.
  • Bucket of hot water.
  • Cup with spout or a funnel.
  • Shovel.


  • How long does it take for a tree stump to rot? 

 The stump left behind by a large tree can last up to 10 years without treatment. The exact amount of time it takes a stump to decay varies depending on the species of tree and the conditions in your yard. 


  •  How do you kill tree stumps and roots fast? 

 Begin the process by combining 100 percent Epsom salt with water to create a solution that will decay the stump's root system. Next, drill about a dozen 1-inch-wide holes into the stump. Each hole should be roughly 10 inches deep. Then, pour liberal amounts of the Epsom salt mixture into the holes 


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