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Kill a Tree with Copper Nails?

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Copper nails hammered in a ring 1/2 inch apart are known to kill a tree. The copper damages cell growth in the tree and makes it die. They do this for unwanted trees only.
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Sometimes, trees need to be killed. When trees are in the wrong places, they can damage driveways and buildings and block sunlight from reaching a garden. Some trees are heavily invasive
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you'd actuallly have to buy long pure copper nail and not (plated) and hammer in the roots, the longer the nail is the deeper it reacher the roots, eventually the tree will get sick
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Copper forms copper carbonate which is green in colour and is poisonous.
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Using a copper nail to kill a tree will take several weeks. Not
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The number of nails required to kill a tree depends on the size of the tree. For some small trees one nail can do, with larger trees, hammer the nails in a ring ...
Copper nails do not kill trees. Forcing a copper nail into a tree does nothing. You might only kill a tree if you purchased enough copper nails to create a mound ...
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