What happens if you dont remove a stump?

If left untouched, a tree's stump and roots will begin to rot and, over time, become a home for pests, fungi and other organisms. And at some point the roots will continue to grow. Trees add beauty to your landscape, increase property value, provide shade from the hot summer sun and improve air quality. However, dead trees can be an eyesore and must be removed immediately.

They attract pests and transmit diseases to nearby plants. Branches can fall at any time from a dead tree, injuring people or animals, or damaging your home or property. The first and most common reason is that tree stumps are unsightly. Stumps can make a beautiful patio look shabby.

Removing tree stumps is an effective way to improve the look of your garden fairly quickly. Tree stumps and their root systems will begin to rot and deteriorate over time. Fungi or mold that grow on the stump can be hazardous to your family's health. The rotten root system can also spread the infection to other trees or plants in your garden, leaving you with an arid zombie garden.

If a tree was removed because it was sick, but decided to leave its stump, the disease in that tree could travel underground from its roots to other plants in your garden. As a result, the tools that are needed and the energy that is spent tend to be much smaller compared to what is needed to remove a tree stump and its roots. This will not cause large flames, but will burn into a manageable flame that, once cooled, will make the stump easy to break and remove. I understand that it may seem like something anyone can do, after all, we've all seen someone in the movies pick up an axe and cut down a tree with a few masterful blows.

On the other hand, thanks to Hollywood, we have also seen an armed raccoon flying a spaceship and a blue genius who fulfills your wishes, and each of them is as far removed from reality as the next. Burning a tree stump helps weaken it so it's easier to remove, but it takes longer than grinding it. Although it may seem like a good idea to try to remove the stump yourself, many beautiful gardens have been ruined by DIY enthusiasts trying to remove a stump with a chain and some good pulls from the back of their car. The new tree and the old stump also become more difficult to kill and permanently remove over time, making it easier to remove the stump initially, along with the original tree.

While a tree stump may seem harmless, it is recommended to remove it immediately, as it may pose a safety hazard to your property. If you don't have the budget for removing trees and stumps, you'll want to remove the stump as soon as possible after cutting down the tree to avoid damaging the lawn and the house. What Tree Stump Removal Should Do Removing stumps from trees should generally be done in three ways: by digging and using a winch, applying stump killers, or shredding stumps. It can be easy to forget about the stump when you remove a tree, but it's important to know the benefits of stump removal and the problems that can arise when leaving a stump where it is.

If you are planning to remove the stump, it is important to have all the roots removed from the tree stump by a professional so that there is no risk of the roots growing. Instead, hire a trained specialist who is knowledgeable and knows the tricks of the trade to remove your stump.

Sunshine Coast Arborist Tree Service
89 Little Mountain Dr, Little Mountain QLD 4551, Australia
1800 951 221

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