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I have a stump in my garden which is re-sprouting, how can I stop/kill it?

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When a tree or shrub is cut down the majority of the plant may be left in the ground as a substantial root system. The stump often re-sprouts with renewed vigour. Even if the stump is removed, some trees and shrubs will re-sprout from small pieces of the roots left in the ground.


Sprouting stumps can be killed permanently using McGregor’s Woody & Scrub Weed Control. It kills stumps down to the roots, preventing regrowth and making stumps easier to remove. It is safe in the soil, will not harm neighbouring plants and after treatment the stump can be left to rot or removed without risk of sprouting from root fragments.


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