Topic: Discussion Board - Re: Do Those Chemical Stump Eaters Work?
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I prefer the pile of manure approach. Cover it at least a foot deep, come back in a year or two. Price is right and I've actually had it work - cannot say the same for a bottle of whatever stump-magic-remover crap we used in the 1970s. If it's not totally gone, break it up (it should be well-rotted, at least) and re-cover it.
If you want to drill holes and add urea, that may speed things along. But the humid envrionment inside the pile is as important (or more important) than the nitrogen it provides in breaking the stump down.
If you have access to chicken manure, it should work "best", but horse has done fine by me.
You could plant the pile, given that it's a food plot.
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