How to identify and safely weed out poison ivy, sumac and oak in the yard. Pictures would be helpfu
please check out this site http://www.poison-ivy.org/ , it has some of the best info on poison ivy out there. you may also want to check out my first hub that talks about using oatmeal to treat poison ivy...might come in handy.
by flashmakeit 9 years ago
If you find one poison ivy in your yardDoes that mean more poison ivy may be hiding some in your yard?
by Tom Vogler 6 years ago
Is it still harmful to have contact with poison ivy or Virginia creeper even after a killing frost?
by Sarah Falkner 9 years ago
What are the facts about the spread of poison ivy/oak?A friend did not know he had been in contact with it. He came over after work, pet my dog, watched a movie, fell asleep on couch. The next day he was covered in a rash and his co-worker also has rash. I know it is the...
by vikkijov 8 years ago
Is there a really good home remedy or over the counter cure for poison ivy and/or poison oak?The warm weather is upon us in New Englad and everyone is gardening. What is the cure for poison ivy or oak?
by Roberta McIlroy 9 years ago
Is there a natural remedy for poison ivy?It seems that I get a wicked case of poison ivy every 7 years. I don't know why it happens in such a pattern, but it does. Creams don't work at all on it. The only thing that has ever been able to make it go away for me is Prednisone. Is there a...
by flacoinohio 9 years ago
Can you identify this plant?I have been clearing a thicket behind my house and have come across a plant that resembles a grape vine growing along the ground and up into bushes and trees. I have been touching this plant with gloved hands, but it has rubbed against my leg and has begun to cause...
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