small stump removal
Had a few unusually cool July days and decided to get a head start on thinning out some of the undergrowth in my woods.
I've especially targeted Autumn Olive, Honeysuckle, and the smaller diameter black cherry trees.
I'm using the chain saw to cut the trees down to about 18" height (so the mower will bump into -- rather than run over and self-destruct -- on the stumps if weeds grow before I get a chance to mow).
I want to remove the stumps to ground level (or below) so I don't trip over them and so the mower will not be in peril.
I don't want to use my chain saw down in the dirt, and I no longer have the stamina to use a pruning saw on so many stumps (30?).
I was think of buying a battery-powered saw of some sort.
Here is a link that might be useful: stump and trail pix