Removal of Fencerow Black Cherry Trees

A publication recently developed by the University of Kentucky’s Jeff Stringer, Department of Forestry, and J. D. Green, Department of agronomy, outlines the proper way to eradicate black cherry trees from your property. These trees are known to sprout readily from stumps. Therefore, in order to completely get rid of each tree, the stump must be ground out or herbicides must be used, or both. For the complete text of this brochure from the U.K. Department of Forestry, go to:

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