Poison Ivy

Knight, Frank
August 2006
New York State Conservationist;Aug2006, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p20
This article provides information on the plant Poison Ivy found in New York. The plant persists successfully as a ground cover as the forest grows up around it. It can also be a bush, or a vine enabling its growth in fields, forests, sand dunes, or up tree trunks. It is poisonous to people but it can be eaten by more than 60 species of wildlife.


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