1: Learn how to identify poison ivy and avoid contact to prevent allergic reactions and skin irritation.

2: Implement regular maintenance practices like mowing, trimming, and weed control to keep poison ivy at bay.

3: Consider using herbicides or natural remedies like vinegar or boiling water to effectively kill poison ivy plants.

4: Create physical barriers like plastic or landscaping fabric to prevent poison ivy from spreading to other areas.

5: Hire professional landscapers for larger properties to safely and efficiently remove poison ivy growth.

6: Educate yourself and your family members on the dangers of poison ivy and how to properly handle it.

7: Stay vigilant and regularly inspect your property for new poison ivy growth to prevent infestations.

8: Utilize protective gear like gloves, long sleeves, and pants when working in areas with poison ivy.

9: Consult with a local extension office or gardening expert for personalized advice on controlling poison ivy on your large property.