Can I salvage mole-ravaged Japanese maple?
I just discovered that my Japanese maple has been ravaged by moles. One side of the root stucture is eaten away and the tree almost fell over. One of the chewed root "trunks" is dried up at the chew point. This happened two days ago and the tree is still green. Roots on the other side are intact.
Is there any way to salvage this tree?
If so, specific ideas are welcome.