Remove a tree stump cut close to the ground by drilling holes, filling them with potassium nitrate and boiling water, waiting a few months, then burning the stump. The process is slower than stump grinding and works best... More »

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To remove a tree stump using chemicals, drill holes into the stump, and fill them with tree stump removal granules and water. The chemicals in these pellets speed up the rotting process. More »

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 »

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Remove a stump by cutting it as close to the ground as possible using a chain saw, drilling a pattern of holes in the top and adding potassium nitrate. Fill the holes with water, and allow the chemical to work for severa... More »

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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 »

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To remove a tree stump using chemicals, drill holes into the stump, and fill them with tree stump removal granules and water. The chemicals in these pellets speed up the rotting process. More »

Garden writer David Beaulieu suggests using nitrogen and water to help kill a tree stump. He explains that the process begins with cutting the stump as closely to the ground as possible. The next step involves drilling h... More »