As we look back that is a retrospective analysis, there have been many good events to recall which might even lead us to a nostalgic pensiveness, regrets and a longing for a repetitive. Some of them leave residual outcomes which could be held onto for better purposes and be improves or passed onto the next generations. More than words tangible mementos will impact the younger ones better. So, the senior folk keep some of those while they cherish the past, so as to instill in the juniors those values. Even bric-a-brac has sentimental values for a granny who in her youthful days enjoyed them as prized objects. What about books? For the young a contemporary author or title will be appealing. Not so, if the interest into classical literature is deep the youth will dearly grasp his/ her grandpa’s collection. Not in all matters this is true nonetheless. There are matters which have lost their shelf-life or appeal as it were. They need to be cleared off.
In a property, garden or compound there could have been very fruitful tees and some of attractive seasonal blooms. Yet as with any living species they have life cycles too. At the end they may not remain as glorious as in the past. So they are felled. Felling is easier though compared to what follows after i.e. tree stump removal which is not attended to immediately, for when is fresh the task is difficult and will be clumsy. Usually a trained personnel for these purposes wait for a year or so. Not all roots are shallow and bunched together – many are deep and scattered. Hence, the method of tree clearing service is done differently for each. If left undone they become a menace for walking, playing, driving and could be dangerous for children particularly.
It is the purview of qualified arbour culturists to ensure environmental maintenance who are equipped as well with chemicals and tools to root out the remains after felling. They need to be consulted for proper methodology and timing. In tree stump removal much caution is taken about the vicinity during whatever procedure is taken. Mostly, holes are drilled on the surface and fuel kinds other than gasoline are poured in to set fire after a few weeks. The combustion takes underground evidenced by smoke coming out. If the roots are spread wide the area on top has to be cleared of any material that would be inflammable.
The purpose is obvious. Once cleared, the area could be used for any purpose and even replanting. However, hasty digging will result in holes which will need to be filled with earth that will not sink often. Some of the remaining trunks will shoot forth new branches that may be desired. But the owner if in the first place that it would, the decision to felling is not warranted. As in the outset, there many such matters that needs to be thought of, whether to rid them off or preserve for more valuable reasons.