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

Welcome, Holli.  We are always happy to have a new member.  I  have had 
sporadic poison ivy vines.  I found that the Round-up for brush  works well with 
only a couple of squirts a few days apart.  I am so leery  of using any 
chemicals at all in my yard that I generally just spray in on a  couple of leaves, 
and, voila, the stuff dies.  Since I don't have a real  problem I have been able 
to find it when it is small.  
Do you keep cats?  Many of us do so you'll probably be seeing off  topic (OT) 
comments on our babies.
zone 7
West TN

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