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The stump that remains after cutting down a tree doesn't have to stay a.

Nov 11, Rather than discard the stump grindings in your weekly garbage or dump them on the compost pile, you can put them to work in your. But, you’re not stuck with a stump in your yard. Instead, you can create mulch from stump grindings. And, when a professional grinds your stump down, you can request to keep the grindings to use as treemulching.buzz in mind that while stump grinding inhibits most plant growth, some trees are excellent at regenerating.

Jul 19, These two things can reduce evaporation, retain moisture and could reduce the germination of some weed to seeds that could be in the area.

With a little bit of 'help' from you, the sawdust would probably be ready to use as mulch in a few months.

Now, not every stomp will be good viable mulch. When we do the stump grinding, we can let you know whether or not the stump will be good for mulch or not.

If it’s too rotten, it will only add organic material to the ground. 12 years ago. Wood chips, or the residue from a tree stump, can be used as a mulch. That kind of material when used as mulch, not worked into the soil as a soil amendment would be, will not"rob" the soil of Nitrogen, that is an old myth that just.

Jun 22, Bottom line: you can use. It is an old wives tale that you're not supposed to use unaged mulch because it will drain the nitrogen from the plants. But that has been debunked. Just make sure the mulch doesn't touch the plants - leave about 6 inches clear.

robertz6. 7 years ago.

That kind of material when used as mulch, not worked into the soil as a soil amendment would be, will not rob the soil of Nitrogen, that is an old myth that just will not die and is not supported by research.

The choice would be to use the material on top as mulch, or to use it as a compost ingredient. Most or all the stump wood material I've seen is in big pieces, so I would not use it as a compost ingredient. Some might choose to use it as pathway material, not too close to any wood structures.