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Mar 11, I ve cut through three main roots and removed three stumps, I,ve just sent for a petrol chainsaw off e-bay to take rest of thick stump down?
Oct 11, Stump grinder or a hard slog with a pickaxe and mattock!! Other option is to dig the soil away from the base with a pickaxe and or spade then brush off and or wash off any lose soil, cut the stump low then cover the soil back over the top and allow it to rot.
Apr 23, I have a leylandii hedge along the north boundary of my garden. I dislike leylandii as I find it boring (and I'm allergic to it!). There are too many to dig out, and due to the terraced nature of my garden, I can't grind or pull the stumps out. The hedge is about 5 metres long with about 18 leylandii (planted about 30 cm apart). The hedge is currently about m high. Aug 17, 1 1 2SharesThe Leyland cypress (also called leylandii) is a fast-growing coniferous tree.
It can grow to a height of 15 meters, and is commonly used for enhancing a home’s privacy. However, owning leylandii can also cause disputes with neighbors, whose properties may be overshadowed by the plant. For that, many people want it killed. If you [ ]Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.
Aug 17, A tree stump can be removed at any time after the tree is felled, but manual removal is sometimes easier if the stump has aged and dried out somewhat. 1 If you have the ability to let the stump remain in place for a full year or even two, the dried wood may be easier to cut out than when working on a new stump that is still green. Drive the teeth close to the stump and turn on the machine. Raise the cutting wheel of the grinder a few inches above the front edge of the stump with the brake lever.
Turn on the spinning cutting wheel and slowly lower it onto the stump. Allow it to gnaw at the.