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I wouldn't mess with it if you're treating them without cutting into the tree. It's a hard tree to kill. Tordon in a girdled tree- game over. No brainer.Thought I read some place that gly and diesal fuel sprayed on the bark kills them? I was wandering the same question I have an area that has quite a few of them that I would like to eliminate they are just tough to girdle as some have multiple trunks coming up. Should I leave some of them for the pods?
Is it possible to girdle and wait a year or two for thorns and bark to fall off and then cut down for firewood and at that time treat the stump with Gordon or Gly and diesel and kill the remainder??
I've yet to have a tree live using straight gly on a single girdle or stump.