Wouldn't do any different than an electric drill. Except maybe work
How about the classic Skill saw, with a cheap carbide tipped blade? That
will cut thru most anything, with the right blade. A low tooth count, if
you have a choice.
Otherwise, as Jimmie Walker used to say (not in this context)
Since we're on this topic, I cut down 4 old fruit trees that were sick.
All had roots near the surface from lack of proper watering over the
years. (I live in So. Cal) I drilled a few holes in the stumps, put in
stump poison, and let them sit a few weeks. I then rented a stump
grinder and ground them out.
The problem now are shoots coming up everywhere from roots still under
the surface out within 6-12 feet of the old stumps. Will these
eventually diminish and die out? I pull them regularly.
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I had the same problem with hybrid poplars, but if you keep pulling
and mowing, the roots won't receive nourishment from the leaves and
eventually die. It's a pain for a while but you have to be a little
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