I have a strange issue with a young (~ 4 yr. old) red oak. It has sprung up so quickly it can't support itself. It's got a great shape, one main trunk, no crotches, good branch spacing, but it's grown so quickly it can't even nearly support itself. (I bought another red oak at the same time, it was the same size, same growing conditions, and is now about half the height of the "super-grower" oak). I've got the problem tree staked in several places, but I'm afraid I'm just allowing it to grow like crazy and remain weak. I do not want to top it, but see no other choice. What to do with this unusual red oak? Thanks!