Removing An Enormous Tree Stump: How We Saved $576 – Eco Snippets

Removing An Enormous Tree Stump: How We Saved $576


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“We lost several of our beautiful big pine trees during an ice storm when the weight of two days of freezing rain literally broke off the tops of the trees.

One especially large tree (actually, three trees that had sometime grown together) at the edge of one of our gardens was totally destroyed and had to be cut down, leaving an enormous (and ugly) stump that was easily eight feet across.

We have removed a lot of smaller stumps, but probably nothing larger than three or four feet in diameter. Removing a stump this large without specialized machinery seemed somewhat physically impossible, but we decided to give it a try…”

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Dislike. Sorry to be the stick in the mud but u e said it before and I’ll say it again: drill holes in the stump, plant flowers and herbs in the holes, and let Mother Nature do her work.

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Do we really expect ppl to read your articles, exciting as they may seem, on their phones. Pls fix your website to be mobile friendly. It is full of ads and horrible to read. Sorry abt the strong words, but this is not the first time I have tried to read your blog posts and felt disgusted because of the ads and impossibility of rdg a seemingly interesting blog.

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This sight is really difficult to use because it does not clearly indicate where the article starts (and goes) and where other BS enters into the picture. As for tree stumps – I drilled deep holes in five different tree stumps (both from the sides and from the top) and over a two year period three of the stumps have almost totally disintegrated. The largest of the stumps may take another year. Let the natural frees and thaw of winter and the action of mushrooms take care of the stumps.

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So what happened with he stump? As usual article left unfinished.

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So what happened with he stump? As usual article left unfinished.

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You guys should sort yr sh#t out. If u want to make money from advertising u at least need to give the reader something to read

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