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Some species of trees still develop new sprouts from a stump. This is why it is necessary to remove or just kill it. Otherwise, you may have a new tree growing from where you removed one.

Some species of trees still develop new sprouts from a stump. This is why it is necessary to remove or just kill it. Otherwise, you may have a new tree growing from where you removed one.

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  • 1. How to Kill Stump Using BleachSome species of trees still develop new sprouts from a stump. This is why it isnecessary to remove or just kill it. Otherwise, you may have a new tree growing fromwhere you removed one.But it can be very tough to removea tree stump with considerable size, on your ownusing home garden tools likespade and axe. So, you might want to try using asubstance like bleach to help you do the work. Bleach is an effective substance inkilling weeds and other unwanted garden or lawn vegetation including tree stumps.It will rot the stump, so you will have an easier time removing it.Here’s how to kill stump using bleach: 1. Using a cordless drill, make 5 to 10 deep holes on top of the stump. Base the number of holes on the stump’s diameter. Of course, the wider it is, the more holes you need to drill. Randomly drill holes all over the stump’s surface. This will enable the bleach to seep through the stump’s living core. 2. Then pour bleach to all the holes. Let thebleach spill onto the surface of the stump. But make sure it does not spill onto thevegetation surrounding the stump.3. Do step number two, every day for one week. But when the stump starts to rotwithin a few days, then you don’t have to reach one week.Check if the stump isalready soft. If so, you can easily remove it by digging it using a spade.If you need excellent and affordable tree services in Perth like tree removal, stumpgrinding, vegetation management, and forestry, visit WA Tree Work’s website atwww.WATreeWorks.com.au or click on this link:http://www.watreeworks.com.au/tree-services/vegetation-management-forestry/