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Poison ivy in Large Container

I just moved to an apt. with a large patio. Already on the patio were four oversized plastic pots (like the kind you see on street corners) with mainly weeds growing in them. One had a creeping ivy that turns out to be poison ivy (I have it now!) I would like to use the container, but I’m not sure how safe it is to remove the ivy, and do I need to discard all the soil too. How do I make the pot save to use for other plants. Thank youUse caution to remove it. Wear protective clothing and gloves. Put the soil and plants in large plastic trash bags. Leave the soil in the bags until the weeds have died. Discard all of the soil in all of the containers. The weeds have depleted the nutrients and spread seeds, so it is not good soil. air jordan Clean the containers with bleach water to get rid of any contaminants.Use a very good potting soil, and fill the container to the top. If the containers are very large, and you don’t need the soil that deep, use a “filler” like the Popcorn Packing ch air jordan ips, or another pot upside down, or some other type of cheap filler. This will save your potting soil for just where it is’s RatingRating(1 10)Knowledgeability = 10Clarity of Response = 10Politeness = 10Commen air jordan tT air jordan hanks very much. I will follow those directions. Not sure how it got there either, but I live by the beach and it can get very windy. Maybe airborne?Add to this Ask a Related ArticlesPotting Soil Fill Your Garden Planters with Potting SoilFill Your Container Garden with Soil and Place Your HerbsVegetable Container Garden in a Bag Add Potting Soil To Vegetable Container Garden BagFlower Bag Add Soil to Your Flower Bag Container GardenGrowing Lettuce Growing Lettuce in a Reusable Grocery Bag