I recently paid someone to move a ficus tree that was potted into the ground a few feet from its original location. They used some chicken manure I had and I didn't stop them before it was too late. (Almost a full bag, added on top of gardening soil!) It's two weeks later and the ficus is clearly stressed, leaves dropping and yellowing, as if it is burned. I know ficus don't like to be moved, but I'm positive in this case it is because too much manure was used in the planting hole and I'm not sure if I can dig it out and replace the void with native soil? Or should I amend it somehow? Obviously, I want to handle this quickly so some quick advice is requested. Thank you so much!