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This site only includes weeds that are injurious to skin. There are many other plants that are poisonous if ingested. For additional information on poisonous plants, contact your local Poison Control Center or Agricultural Extension Office.
For best results, survey your property once a month throughout the growing season as poison ivy often encroaches from outside your yard. Think of it as your "monthly mission" to keep tough nuisance weeds at bay. If you find any new growth, apply Roundup® Poison Ivy Plus Tough Brush Killer to stop it in its tracks. Remember to do this every 4 weeks. Pick a date you won't forget, such as the first Saturday, your birth date or the day you pay your mortgage.
After you’ve let the formula work for 7-14 days, the entire vine will be dead to the roots and it will be time to dispose of. The first step in disposal is to make sure to wear gloves, eyewear, and clothing that cover all of your skin.
Start by pulling the dead vines and then wrap them into compact bundles. Place these bundles into a yard bag or garbage bag and make sure to close tightly; double bag if possible and leave no parts of the plants exposed. Put these bags out with your other yard waste and you’re done.
Note that your clothes will likely still have urushiol on them; if you can afford to dispose of them, that is the best way to avoid a potential breakout. If you do not want to throw them out, wash clothes separately with warm soapy water and use bleach if possible.