Citations with the tag: TREE stump removal
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- Ask The Experts.
// Whitetail Journal; Jun2009, p54
The article provides an answer to a question of an inexpensive way to remove small tree stumps in several new food plots owned by a hunting club.
- FIRE IN THE HOLE.
GRAY, THEODORE // Popular Science; Aug2011, Vol. 279 Issue 2, p72
The article looks at chemical stump remover, which uses saltpeter, one of the components of gunpowder, to allow wood to burn underground.
- Powder Monkeys.
Walch, Weston // Humboldt Historian; Fall2011, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p36
The article presents a personal narrative in which the author describes his experiences working in road construction in Humboldt County, California as a "powder monkey," a man who used dynamite to clear redwood stumps left from extensive logging in the area.
- Stumped by a Stump.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Good Old Days; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p30
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of removing a very large, ugly tree stump at their ranch in Oregon.
- CEAttachments Introduces Stump Removal Bucket.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Pumper; Oct2011, p87
The article offers brief information on the EDGE stump removal skid-steer bucket from CEAttachments Inc.
- Compact stump cutter.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Rental Equipment Register Exclusive Insight; 3/12/2012, p4
The article offers information on the Rayco Super Jr. series of self-propelled compact stump cutters.
- Stump grinders.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Rental Equipment Register Exclusive Insight; 3/12/2012, p8
The article offers information on Dosko's 200-6H "mini" stump grinder.
- Stump cutter.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Rental Equipment Register Exclusive Insight; 3/20/2012, p3
The article offers information on the SC602 stump cutter from Vermeer.
- New tool cuts stumps.
Clauson Jr., Manfred E. // Farmer; Jun2014, Vol. 132 Issue 6, p26
The article offers brief information on the tree stump cutter designed for compact tractors from Taylor Pittsburgh Manufacturing.
- Sally's helpline.
Drury, Sally // Horticulture Week; 9/23/2011, p42
The article provides an answer to a question on what stump grinder is recommended for a 45 horsepower (hp) tractor.
- Foldable stump grinder.
Drury, Sally // Rental Equipment Register Exclusive Insight; 2/14/2012, p7
The article previews the Dosko 200-6H Mini foldable stump grinder.
Fay, Janet; Olsen, Elaine G.; Stang, Barry // Missoula Independent; 11/18/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 46, p4
Two letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Facing Foreclosure" in the November 4, 2010 and "One man's Stump" in the November 11, 2010 issue.
- Tree stumps and woody weeds.
Fay, Janet; Olsen, Elaine G.; Stang, Barry // Garden; Oct2009, Vol. 134 Issue 10, p695
The article discusses steps for removing tree stumps and woody weeds. Stumps should be removed because they may contain fungus pathogens which may infect other plants. Small stumps can be removed by digging around it and cutting major roots. Larger stumps may have to be grinded and pulled out by...
- Roger Swain, reads stories and statements in tree stumps left standing.
Swain, Roger // Horticulture; Oct/Nov2006, Vol. 103 Issue 7, p72
The article discusses the decreasing number of tree stumps left standing. It used to be that a politician had only to mount the nearest stump to make himself heard. Today there isn't any wood at all in the delivery, not even the pulp that goes into newsprint. It argues that the real reason for...
TOOMEY, JOHN A. // America; 11/24/1945, Vol. 74 Issue 8, p222
The article covers several issues in the U.S. as of November 1945. A Tennessee farmer wrote a letter to Atomic Bomb Co. to seek atomic bombs for stump-rooting purposes. The Osage Indians were said to be the last group to make peace with the Japanese-German Axis. A fire chief in Illinois who...
- More Plant Health Care Concerns & Curiosities.
TOOMEY, JOHN A. // Plant & Pest Advisory: Landscape, Nursery & Turf; 6/3/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p1
The article focuses on plant health care curiosities and concerns. It states that grinding-up old tree stump is important before tree replacement to prevent dead wood decay fungi. It mentions that despite the importance of trees and shrubs mulching in plant health care practice, its effect...
- Effect of application time on the efficacy of Chondrostereum purpureum treatment against the sprouting of birch in Finland.
Vartiam�ki, Henna; Hantula, Jarkko; Uotila, Antti // Canadian Journal of Forest Research; Apr2009, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p731
To test the effect of application time on the efficacy of a biological control agent to prevent sprouting of cut stumps, birches (Betula pendula Roth. and Betula pubescens Ehrh.) were cut and stumps treated with a decay fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum (Pers. ex Fr.) Pouzar) at different times...
- Taking a New Avenue to Increase Profits.
Deering-Hansen, Tara // Arbor Age; May2008, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p24
The article deals with the benefits for tree care providers in the U.S. to add stump removal to their list of services. It relates why more and more customers are demanding for the removal of stump in residential or commercial properties. Mark Rieckhoff, environmental segment manager for Vermeer...
- Stump Cutters.
Deering-Hansen, Tara // Arbor Age; May2008, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p26
The article features several stump cutters for tree care providers, including the 2900T stump grinder from Bandit Industries Inc., stump cutter from MacKissic and Rg 1645 self-propelled stump cutter from Rayco Manufacturing Inc.
- Heterobasidion annosum: Development of Butt Rot following Thinning in two young First Rotation Stands of Norway Spruce.
PRATT, J. E.; GREIG, B. J. W. // Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research; Oct1988, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p339
No abstract available.
- The Deep Dive.
Ford, Ruth // City Limits Magazine; Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p28
The article offers information on the business transformation consulting services worth 6.05 million dollars offered by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) to Boston Consulting Group Inc. (BCG) in New York. It mentions that the NYCHA board voted for the emergency contract for tree...
- Evaluation of the performance of a three-dimensional vibrating test rig for cleaning stumps.
Anerud, Erik; Jirjis, Raida; Gebresenbet, Girma // Australian Journal of Agricultural Engineering; 2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p51
It has been shown that vibrating devices can successfully be used for separation and removal of unwanted/contaminant material, for both laboratory and full-scale industrial purposes. The presence of impurities on energy-rich softwood stumps is a major drawback when using stumps as fuel, since it...
- Dosko Announces Winner of Mini Stump Grinder Giveaway.
Anerud, Erik; Jirjis, Raida; Gebresenbet, Girma // Rental Equipment Register Exclusive Insight; 2/29/2012, p8
The article announces that Lewis Rents of San Lorenzo, California won the mini stump grinder from Dosko, a tree care equipment maker.
- EVALUATION OF RESULTS OF FOREST REGENERATION AFTER STUMP EXTRACTION IN FINLAND.
Lazdiņš, Andis; Mattila, Mariam // Research for Rural Development - International Scientific Confer; 2012, Vol. 2, p55
The interest in stumps has increased with recent boost of the bioenergy in Europe. Fuel yield from stumps can be as high as from harvesting residues. The most valuable areas for stump extraction are spruce and pine stands on dry mineral soils. In Finland the utilization of stumps for energy is...
- SYSTEM ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTIVITY AND COST OF STUMP EXTRACTION FOR BIOFUEL USING MCR 500 EXCAVATOR HEAD.
Lazdiņš, Andis; Zimelis, Agris // Research for Rural Development - International Scientific Confer; 2012, Vol. 2, p62
In the 30ies of the 20th century stump extraction was identified as one of the most prospective technologies of forest sector to secure deliveries of solid biofuel. Now we are returning to the same challenges having the same targets--to secure energy independence and competitiveness of forest...
- EVALUATION OF FOREST REGENERATION RESULTS AFTER STUMP EXTRACTION IN JOINT STOCK COMPANY 'LATVIAN STATE FORESTS'.
Zimelis, Agris; Lazdāns, Valentīns; Lazdiņa, Dagnija // Research for Rural Development - International Scientific Confer; 2012, Vol. 2, p69
With the increase in demand for renewable energy resources, new studies are carried out about under - utilized resources, namely, stumps. To begin to use stumps in industrial application, it is necessary to find out stump extraction influence on the environment, biodiversity, forest regeneration...
PAYTON, CASEY // Landscape Management; Apr2014, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p40
In this article, Chris Lee, president of Texas-based land management company Earthworks Inc., regarding his company's stump grinding service. He discusses benefits of the service which include being less time-taking and less labor consumption, which made landscape installations easier. He...
- Stump Removal.
Kalynchuk, Al // Prairie Garden; 2012, Issue 73, p70
The article focuses on the stump removal in a tree. It notes that stump removal is a service offered by tree care professionals after tree removal. It cites that stump removal is being provided to prepare of the landscape for aesthetic purposes. It mentions that most commercial arbhorists will...
- Stump-Grinding Attachment.
Kalynchuk, Al // Transmission & Distribution World; May2006, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p64F
The article presents information on Stump Hog SH340, a stump grinding equipment, from FECON Inc. The equipment is designed to reach up and down slopes and other areas that can't be reached by traditional stump grinding equipment. The equipment is excavator-based which makes it far more productive.
- Blount Hydro-Ax site prep tractors.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p20
The article evaluates Blount Incorporated's 220 horsepower Hydro-Ax 764 and 260 horsepower Hydro-Ax 864, the latest site preparation tractors used for clearing trees.
- Brown Bear BC285.5 brush cutter.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p18
The article evaluates Brown Bear Corporation's BC285.5 brush cutter, designed with a horizontal drum center for brush and trees.
- Brown Manufacturing series of cutters.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p20
The article evaluates Brown Manufacturing's 600 series cutters that are constructed from steel plate.
- Cobb County TB120 Woods Boss ROW tractor.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p20
The article evaluates Cobb County Tractor's TB120 Woods Boss right-of-way tractor.
- Denis Cimaf brush cutter and brush cutter-chippers.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p20
The article evaluates Denis Cimaf's DAV and DAH lines of brush cutter and brush cutter-chippers.
- Stump Grinders.
Kalynchuk, Al // Arbor Age; Mar2012, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p6
The article features stump grinders and attachments which include Model 2250XP Hydrostatic stump grinder by Bandit Industries, Echo Bear Cat SG340 stump grinder and the Bobcat stump grinder attachment.
- Coloring Systems.
Kalynchuk, Al // Construction Bulletin; 5/5/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 18, p16
This article reports that a foam fiber coloring option, FlashFoam System can be installation on a wide range of Morbark equipment, including horizontal grinders, tub grinders, and whole tree chippers. The system provides single-pass coloring on roots, logs, wood construction debris, whole trees...
- COMPARISON OF PRODUCTIVITY OF CBI AND MCR-500 STUMP LIFTING BUCKETS IN LATVIA.
Zimelis, Agris; Lazdinš, Andis; Sarmulis, Ziedonis // Research for Rural Development - International Scientific Confer; 2013, Vol. 2, p59
The stump lifting trials were implemented in 5 forest compartments of the JSC 'Latvia state forest' Vidusdaugava, Rietumvidzeme, Zemgale and Ziemelkurzeme forestries in autumn, 2012. Total extracted area was 3.5 ha, excluding constrol. Two stump extraction buckets were compared in these trials...
Hansen, Charles; Wasnea, Sandi; Cervi, Dolores; Montgomery, Cynthia; Maynard, Adrienne; Barilla, Don; Mitchell, June; Scott, A.; Minter, Brian; Brown, Audrey; Lyons, Judy; Lewis, Gary; Simpson, Dave; Somerville, Kevin; Arnold-Smith, Ann-Marie // Gardens West; Mar2014, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p43
Several letters to the editor and replies are presented which discusses the refinements in the stump cupboard, greenhouse designing, and the difficulties to grow another plant varieties in the front yard with a huge maple tree.
- New tool cuts down stumps.
Hansen, Charles; Wasnea, Sandi; Cervi, Dolores; Montgomery, Cynthia; Maynard, Adrienne; Barilla, Don; Mitchell, June; Scott, A.; Minter, Brian; Brown, Audrey; Lyons, Judy; Lewis, Gary; Simpson, Dave; Somerville, Kevin; Arnold-Smith, Ann-Marie // American Agriculturist (0161-8237); Jun2014, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p16
The article offers brief information on an innovative stump cutter for compact tractors from the company Taylor-Pittsburgh.
- New tool designed for quick stump cutting.
Hansen, Charles; Wasnea, Sandi; Cervi, Dolores; Montgomery, Cynthia; Maynard, Adrienne; Barilla, Don; Mitchell, June; Scott, A.; Minter, Brian; Brown, Audrey; Lyons, Judy; Lewis, Gary; Simpson, Dave; Somerville, Kevin; Arnold-Smith, Ann-Marie // Kansas Farmer (0022-8583); Jun2014, Vol. 152 Issue 6, p15
The article offers brief information on a three-point stump-cutter for compact tractors from Taylor-Pittsburgh.
Hansen, Charles; Wasnea, Sandi; Cervi, Dolores; Montgomery, Cynthia; Maynard, Adrienne; Barilla, Don; Mitchell, June; Scott, A.; Minter, Brian; Brown, Audrey; Lyons, Judy; Lewis, Gary; Simpson, Dave; Somerville, Kevin; Arnold-Smith, Ann-Marie // Gardens West; Oct2010, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p44
Several letters to the editor are presented on various topics related to gardening including the identity of a mystery plant, advice on growing plum tree and appreciation for the magazine.
Green, Tim; Ogden, Wendy // Permaculture Magazine; Fall2012, Issue 73, p21
The article offers permaculture tips from readers of the magazine "Permaculture." One reader suggests building a chicken safari tent to house a dozen hens which will be made to do weed work on a garden that is to be reclaimed. One reader provides the instructions for removing tree stumps without...
- Carpenter Ants.
Zirbel, Jodi // Landscape & Irrigation; May/Jun2010, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p34
The article focuses on the carpenter ants, largest ant species which are found in most parts of the world. It says that carpenter ants do not eat wood instead use it for nesting purposes, however, it is one of the most difficult ant species to control which can cause major damage to homes and...
- Changes in tree and liana communities along a successional gradient in a tropical dry forest in south-eastern Brazil.
Madeira, Bruno; Espírito-Santo, Mário; Neto, Santos; Nunes, Yule; Arturo Sánchez Azofeifa, G.; Wilson Fernandes, G.; Quesada, Mauricio // Plant Ecology; Mar2009, Vol. 201 Issue 1, p291
We investigated changes in species composition and structure of tree and liana communities along a successional gradient in a seasonally dry tropical forest. There was a progressive increase in tree richness and all tree structural traits from early to late stages, as well as marked changes in...
- Road Transport Vehicles for Hauling Uncomminuted Forest Energy Products in Sweden.
Mortazavi, Reza; Johansson, Jerry // International Journal of Forestry Research; 2013, p1
Forestry residues as a renewable energy source are becoming increasingly competitive to fossil fuels. An important issue, however, is effective transportation solutions for this type of material. In this paper we describe and discuss several alternative vehicle systems which have been used in...
- Decay, yield loss and associated fungi in stands of grey alder (Alnus incana) in Latvia.
Arhipova, N.; Gaitnieks, T.; Donis, J.; Stenlid, J.; Vasaitis, R. // Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research; Oct2011, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p337
The significance of grey alder (Alnus incana (L.) Moench.) as a fast-growing renewable source for energy and wood production has increased during the last decade. The aims of this study were to: (1) estimate the incidence of stem decay in A. incana stands, (2) measure the extent of decay within...
- The Effect of Stumping Back on Survival and Growth of Planted Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl.
Çiçgek, Emrah; Tilki, Fahrettin // Asian Journal of Plant Sciences; 2007, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p546
Effects of stumping back on the performance of browsed or poorly developing Fraxinus angustifolia seedlings were investigated in the present study. One year old bareroot seedlings of F. angustifolia were planted at a spacing of 2Ã—2 m in March, 2004. Most of the growing seedlings were damaged...
- The extent of undiscovered species in Southeast Asia.
Xingli Giam; Ting Hui Ng; Von Bing Yap; Tan, Hugh T. W. // Biodiversity & Conservation; Apr2010, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p943
Southeast Asia has the highest rate of deforestation among all tropical regions in the world. Depending on the number of undiscovered species not yet known to science, a sizeable proportion of species may have gone extinct or will go extinct in the future without record. We compiled species...
- A MOST EXCELLENT MACHINE.
Simmons, David A. // Timeline; Jan-Mar2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p32
The article focuses on a farm implement called stump pullers that were used to clear the land of trees and the device patented by Harwell L. Bennett of Westerville, Ohio in 1885. Bennett's association with his uncle James Mossman in the manufacturing of a "stump and rock elevator" and a...
- Common areas of Stump Cutter Neglect.
Cline, Darrin // Arbor Age; Apr2014, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p28
The article discusses how to avoid stump cutter neglect and ensure that units will continue working in top condition. Among the advice discussed are being aware of foreign objects surrounding the stump and any obstructions in the ground that might damage the cutter, and proactive maintenance as...