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September 1, 2010 9 The Julian News LIA (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... OPERTIEs entrance off 'C' Street C O R N E R N & T R E E T www.j ulian-properties.com Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 FIVE ACRE PROPERTY WITH WELL, water VERY SPECIAL OPEN FLOOR PLAN - 2 Bed- storage tank, electrical,shed and Septic system CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 room/2 Bath Home with 9 foot Ceilings, Roman installed, read for your home. Very private settin SINGLE LEVEL HOME on wooded acre in Pine[ Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and Slate Stamped Concrete Floors, Granite Counter with rock wJls and spectacular views. Seller wi Hills. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, family room, granite[ pines, views, underground power and phone, Plantation Shutters, RV Parking & Hookups. also consider trade for property in San Diego area attached garage. Private spa off master bedroom. | raved roads gated community, on 1.08Acres or Tucson. counter tops, cathedral ceilings in living room,[ $199,000 $359,000 $187,000 $367,000 I LOVELY NEWER HOME. Very Private - on 4.68 Acres adjoining State Park property. Great for horses. Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great views! Many trees, nicely landscaped. Priced right at: $399,000 WYNOLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. Spacious and open floor plan. Converted 2 car CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with garage with fullbath & private entrance. Attached easy access, mature trees. Service by ater company, 1bedroom/1 bath granny flat with private entrance. has approved septic layout. 2.5 Acres. $578,000 $175,000 Bring alloffers! GREAT LAKE VIEW! From this newer bedroom home. Master bedroom downstairs, and bedroom + sitting area and more space upstairs Great kitchen with First-Class appliances. Deck double garage $445,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-,de Savage, Realtor Associate emMl: melo-de(sbcglobal.net Bugs In Trees continuedJ?om page 1 allows for multiple generations within one tree, and within one year. Literally millions of WOBB can emerge from a large infested tree over one season. This life cycle, if not disrupted, can lead to a "domino affect" of an entire forest. WOBB has been observed flying every month of the year in southern California. The best way to detect early infestation of WOBB is to have a qualified arborist inspect the upper canopy. Canopy inspections should be done using gaffless climbing techniques (no climbing spurs). Spur climbing of green trees should be avoided because it creates wounds and points of entry for beetles and pathogens. for WOBB and usually does not involve climbing. Evidence of GSOB include crown thinning, loss of vigor, sporadic )lack wet lesions on lower trunk, 1/8 incth d-shaped exit holes, bird feeding damage on the lower trunk, and large quantities of basal sprouts, (water sprouts) in areas of activity. exit holes of the Western Oak Bark Beetle GOLD SPOTTED OAK BORER In recent years, a new beetle, the Gold Spotted Oak Borer (GSOB), has emerged in southern California. Currently, this beetle is found sporadically in the southern half of San Diego County. GSOB has a greenish black bullet shaped body about inch long with small symmetrical yellow to orange colored spots on their backs and bodies. Historical damage to trees suggests that the GSOB have been in southern California oak trees for about eight years. The GSOB is believed to have spread to California from Northern Mexico and Arizona, possibly by hitchhiking in loads of unseasoned firewood. It is suspected that GSOB lay one singular egg per site on the bark of the host tree. This egg hatches and the grub bores into the bark and down to the cambium. The grub tunnels in irregular directions in the cambium zone as it grows larger and larger. Once grown to about 1-1/2 inches long, the grub tunnels to the bark surface where it digs out a chamber, folds into a horseshoe shape, and pupates (transforms into a beetle). The adult beetle then emerges from the bark and flies into the oak canopy. Even though the population densities of GSOB are not as high as WOBB, a longer lifecycle and larger grub cause massive damage to the cambium and bark of the tree. GSOB grubs have at least one bark killing, xylem clogging fungus which is associated with the grubs area of damage. GSOB damage is found in the lower 1/2 of most trees. Early inspection is therefore easier than Thinning Crown is a sign of infestation Liaisons on the trunk show part of the extent of a beetle attack. kifecycles of the WOBB, GSOB, and their associated fungus cause massive damage to the cambium, bark, and xylem systems within a tree. Physical and chemical destruction of the trees most valuable parts is difficult for trees to over come, yet, these trees do respond! Sensing tissue destruction, some trees try to stimulate dormant cells in the bark. These special cells in the bark are converted to wood (reaction wood) in an attempt by the tree to re-establish a new cambium zone for circulation and seal off the area of destruction. Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Volcan Mountain Land and Cabin - Julian Two Beautiful Parcels For Sale One is 14.61 acres for $350,OOO (Includes charming cabin) The other is 50.06 acres asking $600,000 For more information call 858-452-2027 see www.landconserve.com featured listings MLS#s 100047904 & 100048172 In small areas of damage, healthy trees can successfully complete this task. Evidence from large scale WOBB and GSOB attacks has shown trees trying to rebuild a full 360 degree of cambium and wood. Complete vascular and structural reorganization must take place. If the tree is in a weakened state this task is too great and the tree usually dies. A healthy tree tries to use sap pressure to smother and eject invaders. Certain factors, however, weaken trees and predispose them to successful attack. Drought, old age, soil type, soil depth, fire damage, previous beetle attack, poor pruning, root zone compaction, root loss from construction, nutrient depeletio n, over crowding, geographical location, etc., all have an affect on a trees health. These factors must be accurately evaluated to determine a'trees predisposition. Once a tree has a major oak beetle infestation, rarely do they survive! Basal sprouts showing evidence of infestation. In Part 2 - learn what you can do if you have infestation and other possible ways the forest may be saved