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Jamalone

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  1. That’s what I was wondering, do you think I could get low enough on the slopes side if I grind from the top? I have exposed a little more of the roots to try and show the slope a little better.
  2. I have several leylandii stumps in the garden from some recent fells. They are on the edge of a slope, flat at the top and steep slope below. I want them out to put a retaining wall/bed there. Could I stump grind them or is the slope an issue? If I can’t, any advice on how to get them out?

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