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As drilling fluid is pumped down the hole the cuttings are carried back out to.

When felling a tree, always start by making a directional notch (also known as a face cut) on the side of the tree where you want it to fall.

However, winter is generally the better time.

This allows you to control the direction of the fall – essential to avoiding accidents and injury to you and anyone nearby. Simply put, making the directional notch correctly is vital to safely felling a tree. moving downhill. Tree limbs are to be removed to the extent necessary for the log to lie flat on the ground to trap debris and water moving down slope.

It is possible to hide small tree stumps or make them look more appealing in a garden setting.

Tree felling should be completed to the extent the tree that has been dropped downhill will fill in the open gap in the slope from the downed trees upslope. The overlap of the downhill tree should be approximately 1/3 of the uphill tree.

large tree may be felled against its natural lean by using the boring technique. Use the open-face notch and bore cut the tree to establish the hinge. DO NOT CUT OUT THE BACK. Allow enough backwood to keep the tree secure. Remove the saw from the bore cut and insert wedges tightly into it. Release the tree from the back.

Complete the technique by wedging the tree over. This technique is for.

Winter Springs, FL Drilling and Boring Contractors. We utilize state of the art horizontal directional drilling (HDD) machines and experienced drilling crews for commercial, residential and municipal underground pipe installation projects in Winter Springs, FL and the surrounding area.

Felling Theory 25 Directional felling - the basics 25 Notch 25 Functions of the notch 25 Dimensions of the notch 26 Hinge 27 Back cut 27 Practical felling 28 Techniques for making the back cut Small-diameter trees

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