Sheri
Sheri
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Asked on May 16, 2019

What kills poison ivy?

Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CACheryl WilliamsenPeggy Burnette
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  • Bushra
    on May 16, 2019

    use a natural home made spray use a gallon of water and one cup salt with a table spoon of dish soap, shake the water well and spray it all over the poison ivy.


    Hope it helps! Bushra - https://bushraslifestyle.com/

  • Peggy Burnette
    on May 16, 2019

    Hi Sheri, this is Peggy. We are dealing with poison ivy in one of our gardens and it is a very tough vine to kill. I hope this will help you. Be safe and cover up when removing poison ivy. Tips for Removing Poison Ivy - The Spruce

    1. https://www.thespruce.com › ... › Landscaping › Landscaping Basics

    May 21, 2018 - Removing poison ivy from your yard is easier than remembering to avoid those "leaflets 3." Read my tips on how to remove this weed -- safely.

  • Cheryl Williamsen
    on May 16, 2019

    Sorry to say this, but I use a new version of round up. I cut the tops off of the poison ivy and hand paint on the stems, the herbicide.


    The important thing to remember about poison ivy, is that the juice of the plant, on your cutting shears,your gloves and even shovels from the roots, must be wiped off cleaned off with soapy cleanser.

    That juice, will still be active, as poison ivy causing, a year later.

  • My girlfriend and I just did this. We do it the old fashioned way, but it works! We suit up go out and dig it all out. Mark the bags for the refuse service so they don't get a rash. Then drown the area in agricultural strength vinegar. Then immediately get out of our clothes, take a shower and wash our work clothes.

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