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The best and fastest way to kill and remove a stump is to use a stump grinder. This heavy-duty machine grinds the remains of the stump to about 4 inches below ground level and kills it at the same time. Rock salt takes l... More »

To remove a tree, prepare the area, fell the tree and remove the stump. Taking the necessary precautions, you can safely remove a tree up to 20 feet tall and 10 inches around with basic tools, but you should consult a pr... More »

The process to remove a palm tree requires a mechanical spade, a large piece of burlap, a tree trimmer and a hose. Palm tree owners should only attempt to remove and/or transplant trees that are less than 10 feet tall. L... More »

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You can remove a sycamore tree stump either mechanically or chemically with basic tools, but larger stumps may require specialized equipment. For smaller stumps, dig a trench around the stump with a heavy-duty shovel, an... More »

An easy way to kill a tree stump is to drill holes into the stump, and then apply water and a fertilizer that is high in nitrogen. The ground around the stump should also be soaked with water. More »

Grinding down old tree stumps promotes a more aesthetically pleasing landscape, reduces tripping hazards and reduces the possibility of pest infestation by removing the stump as a potential habitat for termites, ants, ro... More »

The most effective herbicides for killing stumps contain triclopyr or glyphosate as the active ingredient. Triclopyr produces the most reliable results. Products for killing stumps with triclopyr include Ferti-Lome Brush... More »