I have got a huge stump (a bit taller than an adult and a good arms length across the thin top part) I need in pieces for moving and accelerating decomposition. The area is in need of calcium so burning it could be an appropriate solution. But I need more information to assess the safety of doing so as there is more decaying wood lying about the area.
Any information or tips is much appreciated.
Tl;dr: is there any info about burning tree stumps from the inside out, including names and search phrases?
Also, not sure if this post should be here or in the off-topic thread...
Or you could retain the stump and plant honeysuckle, clematis, green beans or another climber to clambour all over it. What species ? If it is a broadleaf it may coppice, if a conifer it will eventually rot away but be a useful asset while it does so.
We're looking to use charcoal, ash and wood as soil amendments, which is what we've been using the other movable wood for.
That's why I'm curios to see if we could somehow burn out and then chop up the stump...
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