Removing a Root System

I was wondering if anyone has any tips on how to get rid of and/or prevent further growth of a very strong root system found in my yard. It is found especially under trees. It grows around all plants I try to plant. It is a netting of small, strong roots that hold my plants back from being all they could be. I have dug many holes and ripped so much of it out but still over time it comes back. Any advice?

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Hardiness Zone: 6a

Thanks.
Sue from Hingham, MA

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