I’m starting to build a new shed next week, and just realized where the shed is going is where a crap apple tree is. I’m planning to cut the tree down, but I’m concerned about the stump. The shed will be about 6-8 inches off the ground, but will the stump continue to grow if it’s under the shed and not getting any sunlight? The tree stump will only be about 7- 8 inches across, which would be easy to grind out, but the problem is we have a fenced in backyard with a gate only about 36” wide. I’ve read about drilling holes in the stump and then pouring a chemical in the holes to rot the stump, but it seems like it takes a long time, and I’m not sure if it would continue to grow until the chemical takes effect. Worst case scenario I could do the old school way of digging it out and chop away at it with an ax, which sounds time consuming and exhausting. Thanks in advance for any advice.