Modern gardeners and homeowners often face a problem: how to grind the stump after a tree has been removed. Due to the buildings, bushes, flower beds, and trees, the option of using a bulldozer is immediately discarded.
However, if there is a problem, then there should be a solution to it.
First of all, it is necessary to understand if the stump grinding is the only possible and necessary solution. Can you make this stump a decorative element of your garden? And what if you try to cut it down close to the soil and grow mushrooms grow? In this case, the stump grinding will be absolutely not necessary.
Still, if you are sure that it is necessary to remove the stump, here is the information for you.
There are two ways of rooting: chemical and mechanical.
Chemical method of stump grinding
First of all, you need to drill a hole large in diameter (the bigger - the better) across the surface of the stump. Its depth should be about 20 cm. Then fill the holes with sodium chloride. As a result, the salt will gradually destroy the stump. Take some time and just wait. After everything is absorbed, you can simply burn down the stump.
Mechanical method of stump grinding
To begin with, heavily moisten the soil around the stem. Using metal pin, locate the area where the roots are closer to the surface. Dig them out and saw. Bending the stump, try to cut the root that goes down. When you lack the efforts, use the lever or a winch. Before getting to the stump grinding it is a good idea to dig under the stump uprooting a large pit and erode the soil.
Both procedures are complicated and might need the tree service specialist to cope with that. Just in case you change your mind to do the stump grinding on your own, you can call the tree service company in Surprise, Arizona. Our professionals will help you save your time and do all the work instead of you.