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From left to right, poison ivy, poison sumac and poison oak, are outdoor hazards it pays to be familiar with. Avoiding contact with these toxic-flora species, which are common in our area, is a must if one’s outdoor activities are to be fully enjoyed.

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OUTDOORS: Toxic flora are common area hazards

Herald Outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay makes Southwest Georgia residents aware that there are a number of poisonous plants many people may not recognize or might brush against or touch without realizing it.


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