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Honey Fungus

Honey fungus is a potentially fatal disease that affects trees, shrubs, woody climbers and, rarely, woody herbaceous perennials. Honey fungus grows on dead and decaying woody material as well as living trees.

Honey fungus can be prevented by removing tree stumps or other dead woody material such as roots from the soil, for example by mechanical stump-grinding. Killing stumps chemically is usually not sufficient.

Stump Grinding is a way of removing the unwanted stump of a tree by means of a rotating cutting disk that chips away the wood.

Here at Four Seasons we offer a specialist tree stump removal service.

Our up to date equipment allows the removal of tree stumps with the minimum of ground disturbance.

We can tackle any size of stump, from just a few inches up to the largest stump imaginable.

We grind the tree stumps and surface roots to well below ground level which allows replanting or ground preparation for just about any purpose.

Stump grinding is highly recommended if the tree stump is infected with Honey Fungus (Armillaria) - a destructive parasitic fungi that live on trees and woody shrubs.

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