[NAFEX] stump dissolver

Evan kodama at riseup.net
Sun Nov 14 12:21:36 EST 2010

Since the root system may still be alive, why not take a digging fork to it and get the roots. That's good medicine. Or maybe this is a large sassy tree? The other suggestion I'd have, if it is larger, is to incoluate the stump with mushrooms. This is a quite easy task with a power drill, though I don't know what might work well on Sassafras? Oysters and Turkey Tails seem fairly vigorous and cosmopolitan in my area...


On Nov 14, 2010, at 8:51 AM, Jerrydana5 at aol.com wrote:

> I have two questions:
> 1.  I have a stump from a Sassafras tree I cut down in the middle of the yard.  Does anybody know of something I can put on it to "dissolve" or make the stump soft so I can chop it out?
> 2.  I have a couple of shrubs which in my garden I've been cutting back in hopes of killing them and it hasn't worked.  The roots are very deep and I cannot dig them out.  Is there something I can put on them to kill them?   I eventually want to use the soil so don't want to put anything on it that will render the soil useless. 
> Jerry in southern Indiana
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