If it's dry, you need to repair the oiler assuming.
Feb 02, I've heard of a death caused by the root ball falling back into the hole. Securing the tree with a chain, cable, bull rope or something seems to be a good idea. If the top part can be removed then the root ball slowly lowered back down by slacking tension then using felling wedged to flush cut the remainder off is my choice process. Sep 14, The first task is to shovel out a space under the root ball so it can fall back into place when the tree is pulled upright.
Even if you can’t see a void under the root ball, dig underneath to remove soil that was disturbed as the tree fell. If you see broken roots, clip them cleanly with pruners. Use very thick padding under the rope or chain you wrap around the trunk in order to pull on the tree.
When cutting the root ball from the trunk of a tree, the root ball may try to fall back into the hole or may be tree removal plover to stand up due to tension in the roots that are still connected. When cutting the root ball loose and keep everyone away from the root ball and the hole left when the tree was uprooted.