Apr 25, If you have ground up a particularly large stump or numerous stumps on your property, the large amount of sawdust in the soil may take years to decompose on its own before allowing the soil to return to normal nitrogen levels, but fortunately, there are Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Sep 21, After grinding up the roots of the tree the ground will be very soft, and you will see a depression where the tree once was.
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If you are going to plant grass in this area you will have to add additional soil to this depression, allow the soil to settle until it is level with the rest of the lawn and then plant grass or put sod down where the tree once stood. Dec 07, Stump grinding is an effective solution because it reaches below the soil line to pulverize as much of the stump and its roots as possible. Once the stump has been turned into a pile of sawdust, resist the urge to rake it out into the grass to create a level surface for new grass seed.
Instead, scoop out as much of that sawdust as shrubmulching.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. Tree stumps often have a surprisingly high quantity of chips once ground out. Be prepared to take more than an hours work on just this part. The chips can be used as mulch or composted.
Once the chips are out, it's time to add topsoil. Sep 04, After a stump is ground, a pile of wood debris remains. The pile is composed of processed wood pieces and fibers that were inside the stump.
If your tree service also grinds the roots beneath the stump, the pile of leftover material will be larger. As long as the wood and root pieces don't have any obvious diseases, you can use the leftover product as shrubmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
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