I get Poison Ivy real easy but I have never heard of the vine she is talking about. We might not grow it around here. I imagine there are a few that can make you itch and get blisters..I know I got a bad rash from Poison Sumac and Oak. Be careful out there!! Suit up! Lin
Edited by: IWILLREACHIT at: 9/12/2009 (01:24)
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Well, if you're planning to go digging around it, please remember to "suit up." :-) Gloves, face mask, long sleeves, long pants . . . bandana or scarf covering your hair + a hat to keep the poisonous debris out of your eyes. That should do it. . . . oh . . and remember to take a picture for us. tee-hee-hee (of the tree, or better yet, of YOU and the poisonous tree/bush. Hugs, Margrit
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Thanks for posting back! The rash is clearing but I have to get back under that tree and get the rest of the roots. Will wait for hubby to hold up the branches while I get under there!
Margrit, thanks for missing me! I generally only follow new posts and have such a difficult time with those ongoing daily update type posts. I know there is one here but can't follow and you're probably over there so thanks for checking in here!
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