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resulting rash is not worth the trouble. Just be patient and allow the vine to die.


Select an herbicide with glyphosate or triclopyr in the active ingredients. Read and follow the labeled application instructions and safety precautions carefully. Wear gloves to pro- tect your hands from the herbicide as well as the poison ivy sap. If the vine resprouts aſter several weeks, spray herbicide again when the sprouts reach 6 to 8 inches high.


Tese control tactics will also work on other tough vines like English ivy.


Photo by Sharon Dowdy About the author


Paul Pugliese is the agriculture & natural resources agent for the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension office in Bartow County.


Greenbrier grows in a pasture in Butts County, Ga.


Originally published August 30, 2012 at georgiafaces.caes.uga.edu. Reprinted with permission.


For more information about controlling greenbrier and poison ivy, see the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension online factsheets Controlling Greenbrier and Controlling Poison Ivy in the Landscape at www.caes.uga.edu/publications.


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