The roots of a tree are very important.

They provide stability and support for the whole plant, but sometimes they can also be a problem when it comes to moving. If you’re trying to move your house or if you’ve been given an unwanted job of uprooting trees,

one option is to use a chainsaw on the root ball before tearing them out from their natural surroundings. If you’re trying to move your house or if you’ve been given an unwanted job of uprooting trees,

one option is to use a chainsaw on the root ball before tearing them out from their natural surroundings.

Grasping the branches and pulling them away can damage roots in two ways: by damaging tissue at the point where they attach to tree trunk; and irritation through excessive movement.

It’s best not too touch these areas with your hands because bacteria can be passed between plants via contact – which could lead to infection later when there is no way for it heal properly. You may also want to wear gloves while picking up debris that has landed near exposed roots as this will prevent any infections developing due to cuts made by

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