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RE: Hi I'm A Newbie with a ??

HI Holli! 

Glad you decided to join us!.... you will love it here :)

Sorry- no poison ivy here, but I am sure someone knows....just not me!


> HI I'm Holli, a really good friend Donna, had told me about this great
> gardening group, so I decided to join up!  Havent had the greatest
> this
> year, but it was passable. I was disappointed this year, but the bees
> to
> enjoy it!  LOL
>  Anyway I have a question..  I am loaded with POISON IVY, in the  back
> yard
> and so is the family in the house behind me.  She did have  someone do
> removal
> tonight and then they were going to spray something in the  grown so
> wont
> come back next year.
> Is there a safe way to remove it ... it really is in a bad area..it's
> the
> pond and continues across the back of the yard and entwined in all my
> trees.  And of course I have a dog.
> Any suggestions?
> Thank You
> Holli LI,NY

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