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  • Penny Herndon

    how to treat and avoid poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac - good to know when you have kids in the south.

  • Carole Brown

    Good to know what these poisonous plants look like. poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.

  • Lisa Marlowe

    "Good to know what these look like. Made a laminated card to attach to our stroller with pics of poison ivy so kids can learn to identify it but need to learn to recognize poison oak and sumac. We hike a lot so we need to know this." - Idea from previous pinner.

  • Jessica Partain

    How to recognize Poison Oak - Poison Ivy - Poison Sumac... I need to remember this!

  • Campfire In A Can

    Do you know how to treat and avoid poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac? Here's a handy guide! #itchy #poisonivy #poisonoak #scratch #prevent #outdoor #wild #wilderness #camping #hiking

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