Planting trees in your lawn shades your house in the summer sunshine and beautifies your house. Some trees seem appealing in the beginning, but they might begin showing some features that are unwanted as they age. Trees that are invasive usually self-seed prolifically, producing backyard clean up a chore. Trees crowd out desirable plants in your backyard, forcing them to compete for nutrients and water. Even in the event that you reduce an tree down, it might grow. Several invasive trees can be killed by caustic soda when used immediately to a cut stump.
Remove free limbs in the tree that is invasive before felling it. Loose limbs can fall and injure you when you cut the tree down.
Plan two exit routes if it falls toward you, in order to move from the way of the tree. Have one exit path to to the -degree angles.
Hold the chain-saw parallel to several inches over the bottom of the trunk as well as the floor.
Cut about one quarter of the way through the trunk of the tree. Use the chain-saw to carve a V- or under-cut, in the trunk. The tree will drop in this course.
Move to the aspect of the tree to create the cut that is back. Run the chain-saw through the tree just over the point of the under-cut. Do not cut throughout the tree.
Turn the chain-saw off when the tree begins falling, and operate to one of your escape routes.
Mix together 1 component caustic soda and 2 parts water.
Pour the soda solution on the stump. Repeat as required before the stump dies. Death generally happens within several days.