Poison plants a woe for hunters through fall
BATON ROUGE, La. Dr. John Brantley knows it's coming. So does Dr. Greg Ferrara.
It is a rash of rashes.
"There are a lot of hunters building tree stands and getting their food plots ready and we're going to see a cases of poison ivy," Brantley said.
The three-leaf plants are green in spring and summer but take on the reds, browns and yellows of the fall when the plants continue to produce the oil urushiol that makes poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac ...
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