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Just talk your clients into letting the stumps rot away slowly over time :001_smile:

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Just talk your clients into letting the stumps rot away slowly over time :001_smile:

Or cage a couple of beavers on it. Leave them for a week.

Animal rights probably get upset about it though.

There will be a domesticable insect or mammal that would oblige. Followed by fungus. Environment versus instance impact will often be different in timescale. I hoe my garden. It takes time.

 

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Or cage a couple of beavers on it. Leave them for a week.

Animal rights probably get upset about it though.

There will be a domesticable insect or mammal that would oblige. Followed by fungus. Environment versus instance impact will often be different in timescale. I hoe my garden. It takes time.

 

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Weird that, I posted the same on my tablet using the app last night just after the let them rot away post and it's not there. I suggested beavers or termites :thumbup:

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