Can you grow a tree from a stump?
Yes you can grow a tree from a stump but it would take more or just exactly a decade.
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you grab a shovel and dig it out Call a stump removing company. Get stump remover.
There are numerous ways to remove a tree stump. 1..Dig it up 2..Use a stump grinder 3..use a chemical called stump rot 4..Drill several large holes in the stump and Soak stu…mp repeatedly in kerosene and burn it.. 5..Pull the stump by using a chain and a tractor/truck 6..Drill and place explosives in the stump and blow it up..
Some do. Most do not.
It can take a long time to make a tree stump rot. You can usebleach or a plant killer to try and kill the root. The best betwould be to have it dug up.
Best to call a professional arborist ro tree surgeon in the area of the stump. They will most likely recommend removal with a stump grinder. Get them to quote a price for grin…ding, chip removal and filling the hole. Ask for individual cost for all three. A large local landscape contractor is another good resource. Keep in mind if the tree stump is not n the way it can be left there to rot. I had a large 4'dia stump in a bed of English Ivy and the Ivy covered it all up very nicely. Letting the ivy or nature hide it saved me hundreds of dollars.
Absolutely! Our maple (about 30 yrs old) was removed recently because it was the roots were pushing up the shed, but it was otherwise healthy... Unfortunately, we lef…t the stump and it's continuing to put its energy into expanding it's root structure and lots of shoots... If you don't kill the stump, or remove/rot it out, you'll definitely get re-growth. (At least in my area were the climate is very favorable -- Southern British Columbia)
Cut the tree stump all the way, Then dig in the ground and remove the seed( s )
Sometimes it remains living for a few years.
This is a type of symbiosis called Commensalism. That is where the the symbiont benefits with little effect on the host. .
As kids we'd dig a ditch around the stump and break the roots with a grubbing axe until it could be rocked free. Now I'd use a stump grinder instead. If the stump isn't …too large and you have left enough of the trunk you may be able to pull it out with a truck. A JCB can dig them out no trouble usually. My friend like to recomend dynamite.
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if you say tree stump i assume it's a tree you've cut down. Once a tree is cut down it can never grow again.
Yes, depending on the depth at which the stump was ground. Most times the stumps are only ground just below the surface, so test the depth before buying your new tree. You may… have to supplement the soil depending on the bush or tree to be planted, a soil sample will help.
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Because the top is only part of the tree. The rest of the tree, like an iceburg, is out of sight under ground. The roots supply the top of the tree with water. The leaves in t…he top of the tree convert light and water into the energy the tree needs to survive. So the tree tries to live on after the top is cut off, and will if left on it's own to heal (regrow).
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