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              • PRO

                As mentioned - PA6PP : http://www.ighort.co.uk/nptc-units/4585913302

                • PRO

                  thanks for the link, but there is no chance I will ever travel miles and miles, have to stay over night at a hotel, etc, for this. Its just not worth it. I rarely work with tree stumps, so zero chance of return on that kind of investment.

                  • PRO

                    It's just over an hour away (subject to traffic), worth remembering for the future.

          • PRO
            You could do as Graham has said but cut a disc of the stump first then attaching it back on to the stump with nails or screws.
            I was taught this method in college and have used it several times with no regrowth.
            • PRO
              That sounds like a great idea:-)
  • PRO

    Safety Sheet (legal) Directions for Glypho for 'Forestry Cut Stump/ Chemical Thinning'

    Apply the solution (10-20%) 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.

    Note: for ease of identification of treated areas a suitable, commercially available, water-soluble dye may be added to the prepared spray solution.

    • PRO
      I did not know that how new is this reg?
      • PRO

        It's generally detailed on the Product Label either on the Pack or available as a download for the specific product in use (this one was from the RUP PRO Biactive we use and that is considered one of THE safest products on the market).

        • PRO
          Oh ok it's just I'm sure I read on one of the label of some glyphosate I've got (forget brand name ) that drilling was ok but I will check as I may be making that up!
          • PRO

            It's an ever changing world.....

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