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Removing tree stump in tight spot

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Mag2.0, 19 Mar 2021.

  1. Mag2.0

    Mag2.0

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    Hi,

    So i'm removing some trees left to grow wildly out of control by the previous homeowner. I have some problematic stumps lefts which have grown between a garden boarder and the fence line. The concrete boards are bowed. Any recommendations of how i could go about cutting these below the level of the concrete gravel boards given the tight space? Unfortunately i'm not able to attack them from the neighbors side due to a shed being positioned tight up to the fence line.

    I thought about trying to get a multi tooldown into the space? It would also given me an excuse to go out and buy one :D

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  3. HERTS P&D

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    Drill a large hole in the centre, either 18 or 25 mm. Then vacuum out, then apply some 'stump killer'.

    Job done.

    Andy
     
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  4. Sherco290

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    HERTS P&D is spot on but as you have a chainsaw you could also saw them vertically down to ground level before drilling /using stump killer. That would be less bulk to rot away quicker.
     
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