Make downward cuts in the bark of the sprouts but leave them intact. Pour some concentrated Roundup into the cuts. Do this for each sprout. It may take a few attempts.Additional Info
The only way to make sure no more sprouts come up is to remove the stump that has been left. The root system below will always try to send up new sprouts, unless you completely remove the stump and roots. The above answer may work.
Yes it will kill the roots, but it will also kill the soil around the roots. This is not a good way to kill tree roots.
The roots provide the life source to the tree , so, cut the roots, kill the tree.
If tree roots are in your septic system, you really need to seek professional help. Rock salt will kill tree roots but they will still need to be removed.
herbicide that kills cypress tree?
cut the roots, but not to much of the root or you will kill it
If it cuts the roots it can
No. The tree will cope fine. If you add six inches of soil onto tree roots you could kill the tree,
No, there is root killer available that is copper sulfate crystals. It is supposed to kill the roots and not hurt the tree.
You can trim a tree with no problem , but take too much and it will kill the tree.
Depends which country you are in. You can get chemical treatments to kill stumps and roots. Alternatively you can hire a stump grinder that will remove the stump and normally kills the remaining roots.
I use vinegar to help my pine roots get stronger, and green up the tree itself
yes but dont over do it
yes you can but if you cut too much you will kill the tree.
You can put root killer in the drain, Copper Sulfate. This is supposed to kill the roots but not hurt the tree.
Not if you spray round the roots. If you spray the leaves it will die.
When you cut the tree down the roots will live on and continue to support your slope. Slowly another tree will start to grow. However, if you kill the roots they will eventually rot out and your slope will lose it's support.
the tree, roots go out in all directions
Tree Roots was created in 1890.
Probably not. Hollies are, in my experience, damnably hard to kill. Zombies of the plant world.
u cannn throw the hcl acid in roots...really it helps uu
it takes at list 3 weeks to do
you'd actuallly have to buy long pure copper nail and not (plated) and hammer in the roots, the longer the nail is the deeper it reacher the roots, eventually the tree will get sick and die
no but roots can be damageable to them but they do not kill earthworms
Cutting the connection between the part growing up the tree and the top of the roots and then eliminating the roots are ways to kill trunk-climbing ivy without killing the dogwood (Cornus spp) so affected. The roots may be removed by equipment, hand, or pesticide.