Cut down Asian Pear, should I have the stump ground?
There is a line of fruit trees at my Mom's house that was planted by the previous owners, in my opinion they put the trees too close together because it was hard to get around them to pick the fruit. So I removed a couple of trees, an unhealthy peach that looked to be under attack by some sort of borers and a very vigorous asian pear. The peach rootstock hasn't made a peep, I cut the trunk as low to the ground as I could and I haven't seen any sign of suckers or growth of any sort. The asian pear is not so well-behaved, every year a thicket of suckers grows from the roots and I'm wondering if I should hire someone to grind out the stump so it stops growing back. Or is there a different way to stop this unwanted growth?