Poison Ivy, Pets & People
Scratching the Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac Itch

Heidi Ratner-Connolly & Randy Connolly

This succinct handbook covers the information readers need to identify and avoid poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac. Also includes safe methods of eradicating the plants and treating the unpleasant rashes that contact with them can cause. Plus myths dispelled and much more in this “10 things to know” guide.

2002, 98 pages, 4 1/4” x 6 3/4”, four-page insert of 19 color photographs, bibliography. Published by 2Lakes Publishing.
ISBN 978-0-9722400-1-7 trade paper

$13.95

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