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Old 08-28-2013, 10:14 PM   #16
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you could also take a circular saw and have at it. then use the axe and have at it.

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Rent a stump grinder-- or make a raised bed garden above the stump and wait for the stump to rot away----some stumps will rot in 3 to 5 years--Soft maple and Chinese elm--

Others ,like white oak, can take 15 years or longer.
This is loucust tree 50 years old BTW/ I AM IN LOWER MICHIGAN. EAST SIDE/this for the moderators who are reminding me. bob s
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We just took down a very old pine tree in my sons yard. You need to grind the stump several inches below grade, fill with enriched top soil and replant the grass in squares. If squares are not available, then get some seed grass.

With watering and light, it will take off.
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We just took down a very old pine tree in my sons yard. You need to grind the stump several inches below grade, fill with enriched top soil and replant the grass in squares. If squares are not available, then get some seed grass.

With watering and light, it will take off.

Fear i am not a legend in my own mind just my wifes mind. thats all i need ha ha. I was a licensed, journeyman plumber, in Mich though. i didn't get the term digital plumber bob s
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Fear i am not a legend in my own mind just my wifes mind. thats all i need ha ha. I was a licensed, journeyman plumber, in Mich though. i didn't get the term digital plumber bob s
Just in my signature, not directed at you! Thanks!

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