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Poison Ivy Eradication & Control Service in Missouri

  • Poison Ivy in Missouri (Fall)

    Poison Ivy in Missouri (Fall)

  • Poison Ivy in the Spring

    Poison Ivy in the Spring

  • Poison Ivy on Structures

    Poison Ivy on Structures

  • Poison Ivy with Seeds

    Poison Ivy with Seeds

  • Poison Ivy Vines (Franklin County, MO.)

    Poison Ivy Vines (Franklin County, MO.)

  • Virginia Creeper Vine

    Virginia Creeper Vine

Poison Ivy Control in Missouri

Poison Ivy Removal

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Poison Ivy Control in Missouri

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Based in St Louis, Missouri, we serve the entire state. We go where you need us. Serving all of Missouri and neighboring states. For the best poison ivy service, contact us today!Contact Us »
Poison Ivy Control in Missouri

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Poison ivy is dangerous, and we understand that the prompt and efficient removal is of great importance to our customers. Schedule a removal today!

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We are licensed pesticide applicators in the State of Missouri.

MO Dept. of Ag. Certified Commercial Applicator Category: 3, 6; License No: C19546 Karl Aston.

Service areas include ALL of Missouri

Missouri Counties A-C

Adair County
Andrew County
Atchison County
Audrain County
Barry County
Barton County
Bates County
Benton County
Bollinger County
Boone County
Buchanan County
Butler County
Caldwell County
Callaway County
Camden County
Cape Girardeau County
Carroll County
Carter County
Cass County
Cedar County
Chariton County
Christian County
Clark County
Clay County
Clinton County
Cole County
Cooper County
Crawford County

Missouri Counties: D-L

Dade County
Dallas County
Daviess County
DeKalb County
Dent County
Douglas County
Dunklin County
Franklin County
Gasconade County
Gentry County
Greene County
Grundy County
Harrison County
Henry County
Hickory County
Holt County
Howard County
Howell County
Iron County
Jackson County
Jasper County
Jefferson County
Johnson County
Knox County
Laclede County
Lafayette County
Lawrence County
Lewis County
Lincoln County
Linn County
Livingston County

Missouri Counties: M-Z

McDonald County
Macon County
Madison County
Maries County
Marion County
Mercer County
Miller County
Mississippi County
Moniteau County
Monroe County
Montgomery County
Morgan County
New Madrid County
Newton County
Nodaway County
Oregon County
Osage County
Ozark County
Pemiscot County
Perry County
Pettis County
Phelps County
Pike County
Platte County
Polk County
Pulaski County
Putnam County
Ralls County
Randolph County
Ray County
Reynolds County
Ripley County
St. Charles County
St. Clair County
Ste. Genevieve County
St. Francois County
St. Louis County
St. Louis City County
Saline County
Schuyler County
Scotland County
Scott County
Shannon County
Shelby County
Stoddard County
Stone County
Sullivan County
Taney County
Texas County
Vernon County
Warren County
Washington County
Wayne County
Webster County
Worth County
Wright County

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Poison Ivy Eradication & Control Service


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Poison Ivy

Poison ivy leaves can be smooth edged but often have uneven notches, unlike plants like wild blackberry which are highly serrated. The leaves fall when cold weather sets in and the vines have many very fine hairs.

For identification of plants in your yard which you think may be poison ivy, please send clear photos in an email to or in a text message to 314-614-9118 and you will receive a reply ASAP.

Poison Oak

The plant is deciduous so after cold weather sets in the stems are leafless and bear only the occasional cluster of berries. Without leaves the stems may sometimes be identified by occasional black marks where its milky sap may have oozed and dried.

Virginia Creeper Vine

The leaves are, composed of five leaflets (occasionally three leaflets, particularly on younger vines) joined at a central point on the leafstalk, and may be up to 6 inches across. The photo below contains both poison ivy and Virginia Creeper leaves.

Large Ivy

Not all poison ivy looks the same. Some varieties are much larger and don’t look identical to the common poison ivy leaf. It can be in the form of vines on the ground, on trees and large shrubs. Leaves can be up to the size of dinner plates.


The poison ivy vine has fine hairs anchoring it to the tree while the hairs of the Virginia creeper are coarse.

Ivy On Trees

Poison ivy uses its aerial roots to firmly anchor itself to a tree or other object, but once in a while you will find a poison ivy vine hanging, unattached to the tree. Vines can often reach to 50 feet or more in height.

Poison Ivy Photos