Hand force is enough, possibly with the help of a long pole.
Mar 14, A wedge is almost as essential to tree felling and bucking as a chainsaw. When properly placed, wedges help keep the tree from pinching your chainsaw bar, and helps the tree to fall in the direction of the notch cut. With proper placement, wedges help keep the tree from falling backward or pinching your chainsaw bushhaul.barted Reading Time: 6 mins. the tree from the back side with a cut below the bore cut. Hinge wood of sufficient length and width is required to control the tree when falling.
The bore (back) cut must be made at the same level as the notch to increase hinge strength. In many instances, this technique is con-sidered the safest method to fell trees. PROPER BACK CUTTING. Well, the ax is a good cutting tool, but you will spend 10 times the effort and time unlike when you use the chainsaw.
The back cut is known as the wedge, and this is what allows the tree to start falling under its weight.
The blade of a chainsaw is very sharp, and it rips through tree trunks with ease. I recommend using a chainsaw that has at least horsepower, and a inch bushhaul.barted Reading Time: 7 mins. DO choose the right equipment. While you can safely chop down a very small tree or sapling with an ax, for most trees beyond that size, a chainsaw is the best tool.
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