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How to Kill Mesquite Trees in Texas

How to Kill Mesquite Trees in Texas

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-06-29Views:130

Mesquite trees are one of the most common trees found in Texas. Ranchers in Texas dislike mesquite greatly because it takes over grazing land and the large thorns on its branches can harm livestock. Mesquite is a hardy plant, and can be a challenge t[More]

How to kill a tree stump with oil

How to kill a tree stump with oil

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-01-08Views:130

After a tree has been cut down, its living stump continues to send out tiny branches. The only way to ensure the stump will not sprout is to kill it. The use of motor oil together with fire forms one very effective method of eliminating a stump. Spre[More]

How to Kill a Tree With Roundup

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-28Views:130

Roundup, or Glyphosate, is a herbicide used by a wide range of consumers and professionals alike. The availability of the product and typically good results have combined to make Roundup a herbicide of choice in many applications. Roundup is effectiv[More]

How to Kill a Tree with Copper Sulfate

How to Kill a Tree with Copper Sulfate

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-04Views:130

Copper sulphate is a poison often used to discourage tree roots from growing into vulnerable areas such as sewer lines. It can, however, kill a whole tree if it is properly applied. Although you may be able to kill a tree by putting copper sulphate o[More]

How to Kill Sweetgum Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-10-19Views:130

Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) is a deciduous tree that grows in the acidic soil of swamps and stream banks in its natural habitat. The tree has a mature height of about 80 feet with distinct, five- to seven-lobed, star-shaped leaves. The dark-gr[More]

How to Kill Birch Trees With Copper Nails

How to Kill Birch Trees With Copper Nails

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-18Views:130

Birch trees are identified by their paper-like bark, which can easily be peeled off the tree with your bare hands. Birch trees possess a smooth texture when they are early in development; eventually they take on a darker appearance as they get older.[More]

How to Kill Evergreen Trees

How to Kill Evergreen Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-29Views:130

Evergreen trees are a type of tree that keeps its green leaves or needles all year long. If you have an evergreen that you want to be rid of, you can remove it in several ways. Large trees must be cut down, but you will still need to deal with the tr[More]

How to kill ash trees

How to kill ash trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-08-09Views:130

Ash trees need proper care, such as pruning every four years, to maintain their structure and form. Failure to properly care for an ash tree can contribute to the tree not growing correctly or healthy. Ash trees attract many insects, such as ash sawf[More]

How to Kill Sycamore Tree Stumps

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-17Views:130

The sycamore tree (Platanus occidentalis) is found in many parts of the United States. These trees are sun-loving and spread to form wide crowns. After a sycamore dies, it can leave a stump with a wide spread of underground roots. There are a number[More]

How to kill a tree with salt

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-03-06Views:130

Using salt is an effective way to kill a tree. The sodium in salt will prevent a tree's flow of potassium and magnesium, both of which are vital ingredients in the making of chlorophyll. The lack of chlorophyll will eventually kill the tree. You can[More]

How to Kill Willow Trees in a Texas Pond

How to Kill Willow Trees in a Texas Pond

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-28Views:130

It may seem odd that a tree can be considered a pond weed, but when it comes to willow trees, this is exactly the case. Willows thrive in very moist soil and can be found directly in ponds where most other tree roots would be smothered. In the warm,[More]

How to kill a tree stump

How to kill a tree stump

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-10-19Views:130

Cutting down an unwanted tree may remove the problem from your sight, but it often does not kill the tree. According to the University of Massachusetts, many types of trees -- including poplar, willow, green ash, and some maples -- continue growing n[More]

How to Kill Oak Tree Roots Without Chemicals

How to Kill Oak Tree Roots Without Chemicals

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-10-31Views:130

The stump of an oak tree can turn an otherwise clean lawn into an unsightly view. Often oak trees not only fill the soil below them with roots, but also extend gnarled roots upward above ground, making routine mowing, maintenance, and play in the yar[More]

How to kill a tree with chemicals

How to kill a tree with chemicals

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-11-11Views:130

Herbicides for killing trees come in different formulations. First, accurately identify the tree species so you can select a product capable of killing it. Next, understand how the herbicide affects the surrounding environment. If the tree you intend[More]

How to Kill Aspen Trees

How to Kill Aspen Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-15Views:130

Aspen trees have a built-in survival mechanism that allows their root system to spread underground, continuously sprouting new trees. Therefore, if a forest fire kills a group of them, for example, aspen trees can quickly recover. But it's understand[More]

How to kill oak tree saplings

How to kill oak tree saplings

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-08-27Views:130

Remove small oak tree saplings in your garden or yard as quickly as possible, before they send down hard-to-eliminate taproots. These saplings can either grow from suckers shooting up from a mature oak tree's root system or from dropped acorns germin[More]

How to Kill Willow Trees in Ponds

How to Kill Willow Trees in Ponds

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-10-04Views:130

Unlike many other trees and plants, willows prefer moist soil and thus grow well near bodies of water such as ponds and streams. In fact, many willows actually grow in the pond itself with the roots completely submerged. If you decide to kill a pond[More]

How to Kill a Tree Stump Still in the Ground

How to Kill a Tree Stump Still in the Ground

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-11-05Views:130

Felling an undesirable tree may remove the problem from your sight, but it acts as a temporary solution since green ash, poplar and willow trees grow back from stumps. To successfully kill the stump you need to kill the roots as well. Once dead, the[More]

How to Kill a Tree Stump With a Plastic Bag

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-05Views:130

After removing an unwanted tree, homeowners are often faced with the dilemma of what to do with the tree stump. Although there are many ways to grind or chop up the stump, these require costly equipment rentals and can be dangerous. Instead, you can[More]

How to kill adult trees using muriatic acid

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-04-27Views:130

Muriatic acid is a harsh chemical, sometimes referred to as hydrochloric acid. Pool supply stores sell the product because it's designed to stabilise the pH balance in swimming pools. Even when used around the house, you mix the acid water first, whi[More]

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