I've gone back to my old method - a good round-point shovel and a sharp axe
plus my lopping shears. I had that one 8" stump in a bad place - right on a
sharp turn. After I got that out by cutting a couple roots on the uphill
side and hooking the tractor and chain on the downhill side - I decided I'd
start on the worst of the brush. Just a couple shots with the axe - one or
two on each side - I got quite a few out roots and all. Maybe I'll hold off
on the DR.
Funny you should say that. I was just thinking of my walk-behind Gravely -
wondering if there was a "brush-hog" front mower for it. I checked the
machine and it had grown roots because it hadn't been moved in such a long
the visual I got from your description was pretty funny.
I know exactly what you mean about growing roots. with
limited shed space the things I don't use often tend to
become buried under the things I do use.
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