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Morning Glory Removal

Morning Glory added on October 10, 2016 | Answered

Can removing morning glories be toxic?

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Answered on October 11, 2016

Morning glory sap can cause skin irritation, so I recommend wearing gloves while removing it. Morning glories are toxic if eaten, and it's plausible that toxic chemicals could be absorbed through the skin if large amounts of the plant sap got on your skin, but this is unlikely with a small project.

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