My brother had a magnolia tree in front of his house which our grandfather had planted 60 years ago. Last winter after a bad ice storm it split so badly that he it to be cut down. He wants to remove the stump so he can put another tree there. The roots seem to be every where. We have been trying to find what the root structure is like so he knows how to remove it. Can you help? It doesn't seem to be an easy thing to find. I am not sure of the variety of magnolia, but the house is in Pennsylvania.