When to Remove a Tree Stump.
Removing a Yew. 1. Cut off the top part of the yew with a sharp chainsaw or loppers, leaving a short stump or stumps above the ground. If the yew is extremely large, 2. Remove as much soil as possible, and cut into the roots around the shrub with a sharp spade. Many yews have dense, thick roots. Sep 03, Cutting it below the soil level should be fine.
Having the stump ground would be one way to remove the major portion of it. Cutting the roots and then digging up the stump is another way to remove it. The roots left behind in the soil will remain a long time, as do most tree roots. Some hobbyists find the stumps desirable to use in wood crafts.
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. Mar 25, To remove a tree stump by digging, begin by loosening the soil around it with the mattock. Clear away the loose soil with the spade.
As roots are exposed, chop through them with the Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Apr 14, Ya, the stumps will be pretty small. Probibly around 3 -4 inches in diameter. Either way, I'll cut them down and haul them.
In my personal experience I have never seen it sucker, either.
Odds are a tree service will have to come in anyways, since there is a large maple tree stump inside the bushes. I didn't notice it untill further inspection of the job. I don't really think its to rotted shrubremoval.barted Reading Time: 4 mins.