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  • PRO
    Glyphosate will do it
  • PRO

    Or SBK Brushwood Killer (Triclopyr).

  • PRO Supplier

    Hi,

    EcoPlugs work very well on stumps, but they do come in a box of 100, so if you dont need that many, then glyphosate is the best course of action, Roundup Pro Vantage has the label recommendation for stump application as follows:

    at 15% solution of in water

    Apply the solution to saturate the rim of the newly cut surface, with a suitable adapted
    clearing saw, spot gun or paintbrush. Treat as soon as possible after felling, in the period
    November to March/April. Do not apply in the period of active sap flow in the spring/early
    summer. Do not cut trenches or drill holes and fill with the solution or use undiluted
    product.

    Let me know if you need anything else

    Regards Ollie

    0800 1337849

    ollie.wright@agrigem.co.uk

  • PRO
    Ollie is right. The best way is to use the economy plugs. However there is now a course from NPTC on being certified to use them, I have recently done it so I have covered myself legally by getting the correct training. They have a very very high success rate.
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