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Hi, Alex, If at least 1/2 ofHi, Alex, If at least 1/2 of the roots are in the soil, the tree may correct itself. Even if it's leaning, it may adjust. Normally, we'd use a power lift to pull it upright, making sure some soil was removed to place it below the existing soil grade level. Then, we'd attach 2 or 3 guy lines to the trunk at a point approximately two-thirds of the height of the tree. Anchor about 15 feet from the base of the tree to hold the tree in place.

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