While you may consider the sewage that you get rid of as waste, the trees in your yard and near your sewage lines see it
Managing Effective Root Control Strategies
We all want a beautiful yard full of flowering perennials, lush bushes, and vibrant trees. However, there are times when planting them in a bad location or choosing the wrong plant results in a root problem. While you are well-intended when you first plant a tree or shrub, some of them have roots that spread far beyond your expectations. Over time, they end up causing damage to sewer lines, crush water pipes, and destroy structures. Fortunately, there are root control steps you can take to prevent these problems from occurring.
A clogged drain from food debris, hair, and soap scum is one thing, but underground pipes clogged with root growth are a whole other issue. We put together a range of root control information to help you kill roots and stop them from causing further destruction. Learn how to flush rock salt down the toilet to get rid of roots that invade your septic system and make a homemade foaming sewer root killer with salt, white vinegar, and baking soda. Discover tips for using Epsom salts to kill a tree stump.
Tree roots and stumps are sometimes used as landscape ornaments if adequately used to elevate container plants or blended in the backyard with other lawn