Poison Ivy Plant Removal Services
One of the most common places to get exposed to poison ivy or poison oak is in your own yard. What options are available for dealing with these plants? Leaving them alone won’t make the problem go away. Hitting poison ivy plants that are growing on the ground with a mower or weed-eater can spray the plants’ oily toxin on your skin.
If you own a residence or business where poison ivy is a problem, or if you have some very large poison ivy vines that are hard to completely remove, you may want to contact a contractor who specializes in poison ivy plant removal.
Here is a link to a state by state list of poison ivy removal contractors: http://www.poison-ivy.org/service-providers
We talked to Umar Mycka, owner of Poison Ivy Horticulturist, a poison ivy removal company serving Philadelphia, PA and the surrounding area. Here are his tips on what to keep in mind when contacting a Poison Ivy Removal Contractor:
For more information contact Umar Mycka by email at email@example.com
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