When a tree is cut down, the stump is left behind. The question is what to do with the stump. When you hire a logging service to move logs, the contract you sign very rarely involves removing stumps.
You can do this with a stump grinder, which you can rent for about a hundred to one hundred and ninety dollars a day, or hire a gardener who will calculate based on the size of the stump. You can also look for the stump grinding service via https://auratreeservices.com.au/tree-services/stump-grinding/.
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Gardeners charge between ninety and one hundred and fifty dollars for a stump that is eight inches long. The stump grinder you will need to use is a power tool attached to a rotating cutting disc that grinds the stump into small piles of chips.
Then you can use as:
• Compost – instead of using it as mulch, turn it into compost, which produces natural fertilizer. All you need is a plastic container or drum to compost your shavings from tree stumps along with organic waste from your kitchens such as fruit and vegetable peels and trash from your garden.
Stir the compost as often as possible so that the milling stump breaks down quickly.
• Mulch Before you can use shavings from tree stumps into mulch, you must make sure that the wood where the sawdust is placed is not diseased. Once you know that the tree is disease-free, you can use sawdust to make mulch.
To make mulch, remove as much sawdust as possible and carry it where you want it. Spread the wood chips on your floor in inch layers. For best results, you can add some soil stumps to the bed and dig them into the soil.