Outdoor Joe's Newsletter: Joe's Journal January 2024

We’re all familiar with poison ivy, but did you know it’s related to several common foods? Read on to learn about these less-harmful relatives.
As the temperature drops and other plants begin to die, poison ivy is probably the last thing you’re worried about. But this plant can still cause problems during the colder months.
Protect yourself year-round from the discomforts of poison ivy, oak, and sumac. Try Outdoor Joe's Poison Ivy Pro® to prevent irritation before it happens.