Removal is an important practice for care and maintenance. There are many different kinds of duties for removal for different means of sustainment and care. One of the most important reasons to consider removal is to sustain and support the development, health, and growth for trees such as removing unproductive growth or dead parts of a plant.
Stump Removal is to dig around a stump with a machine. The stump would be 3 to 5 feet high to enable the root ball to pull out of the ground by grabbing the stump and pulling over the stump and root ball. Used when laying sod, installing irrigation, or building requires that the roots needs to removal.
De-Vine is to remove constricting vines from trees or property to prevent vines from constricting and killing trees.
Watersprout (Commonly known as suckering) is to remove small shoots sprouting from viable limbs. This is unproductive growth other limbs overshadows sucker growth. Suckering allows nutrients to get to viable limbs promoting healthy growth cycles.
Chase Roots is to grind or remove roots growing around the stump of a tree.
Deadwooding is removing dead and dying branches on a tree.
Chip or Chipping is to chip up wood debris through a machine into wood chips.
Debris Removal is to load, haul off, and dispose of any debris.