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I got this message right off a goverment arborist website..."If you have
infested trees on your property consider removing and destroying them prior to June 1. During
a new generation of beetles emerges from infested trees to look for new hosts to attack. Healthy pine trees that
are close to infested trees are at much higher risk of attack. When infested trees are removed, the beetles
underneath the bark must be destroyed by chipping, burning or burying the wood. Simply cutting and splitting
the wood does not kill the beetles underneath the bark. Contact your local county agent or city forester to learn
if your area has a designated disposal site." Scary but worth calling your county office and asking advice...Best wishes...sorry about losing even one tree...JL
In some areas on the western slope our forest are seeing 60-80% infection and mortality rates. Clear out the sick...makes for a happy forest.
@Yamini I have to just stay calm, the entire Tri-7 Ranch project is overwhelming. One project at a time is how I look at it.