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We've got a small maple tree in our yard that was broken in half by the wind. Someone told us to cut it down to a small stump and it would grow back in years.
But what do you do with the stump grindings?
However, I'm skeptical I've heard of some trees growing back, but never heard of maples doing that. If it helps, we're in Utah, USA. Jun 01, Jun 1, #1. We had a large Norway Maple cut down in March, and the stump"wept" continually from the time of cutting. After a month or so we began to notice a horrible smell in the area and traced it to the stump (which is about 3 feet across).
The moisture had become slimy with a white salt-like deposit where it ran off the bushcutting.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Jul 19, For those of you who fall into that category; this is the Quick Version of how to remove a tree stump with a chainsaw. Get your personal protective equipment on (yes all of it) Cut the tree stump down close to the ground level.
Dig all the dirt away from the stump – exposing the roots. Cut the Reviews: 7. Mar 25, To starve a tree with darkness, you’ll need a large tarp or sheet of black plastic, and a large volume of organic waste, such as wood chips, fallen leaves, or grass clippings. First, cut the tree Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
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provide good cut stump control of alder, ash, cottonwood, elm, and Russian olive, but provides only fair control of locust, oak, maple, and willow. Triclopyr is known to pro-vide good cut stump control of alder, ash, cottonwood, elm, locust, oak, maple, and willow, but only provides fair control of Russian olive. These are general guidelines. Silver maple trees (Acer saccharinum) have fairly shallow, wide-spreading roots that grow just beneath the surface, making the stump and roots much easier to dig than other deep-rooted tree species.