I have about 500-600 young deciduous trees, 1-2.5 inches in diameter at the trunk base, growing up one side of the field. Digging is not really an option, way too many and not enough time right now. Next spring I hope to have the field tilled, subsoiled, and seeded. If I cut all of these saplings down to the ground with the chainsaw and burn the debris, will the "stumps" (stubs) be an issue for a tractor with those attachments??? I was going out with the chainsaw tomorrow, then thought that it just may be a very bad plan for the tractor...... Thanks for any ideas.