Does anyone have any tips and tricks for removing poison ivy? I don't have any large patches of it, but do encounter it here and there in some of the border beds around the outside of the house. My plan is to wear plastic gloves under my gardening gloves, pull it out, then wash the gloves afte
Back when KMart was a thing, they had a weed killer that did a heck of a job on poison ivy, english ivy, and just about any other weeds I wanted rid of. It seemed to work much better than other better known brands, provided that I applied it on a hot, sunny day.
Curious about what others do to get rid of poison ivy.
So if you buy a product labeled as "Poison Ivy and other woody plant killer" I'd suggest buying the concentrate and a small pump sprayer (usually a few bucks at the Walmart/Kmart type stores) and mix to instructions. After cutting and removing the entire vine, pour or
spray whats left with the herbicide and keep an eye on it to ensure the plant is indeed dying. Just remember not to leave much more then an
inch or so from the soil line of the plant exposed.
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