Originally Posted by karlitob
Also want to get your advice on tree stump removal. I've been researching it a lot and the best way that I have seen (with the caveat that the tree is cut down to its stump) is the following
Would appreciate your opinions.
We had to remove 4 large cordyline trees around 4 years ago.
We cut them all down with a chainsaw,and left about 2 feet of a stump on each tree.
We then dug down and around the stumps to expose the man root and smaller roots.
We drilled several 20mm holes into the stumps and also the large underground roots.
We then poured in some "neat" glyposphate and left them for 2-3 weeks.
We then dug them out and used a large axe to chop through the roots and the stumps came out very easy.
The glyposphate did a great job of breaking down the remaining stumps and roots,made life so much easier..