Pollen report

Vegetation in town:
Information guide about plants with allergenic pollens


Pollen diary
Compare your symptoms to pollen concentrations on pollendiary.com

Updated 17th of March

From the south-west to the south-east of the country, Cupressaceae-Taxaceae pollens (cypress...) will be very present in the air and will bother allergy sufferers with moderate concentrations and a high level of allergy risk. 

While waiting for the arrival of birch pollens at the end of the month, allergy sufferers will still have to be wary of alder pollens which will be responsible for a low or medium level of allergy risk. Hazel pollens flowering is ending with an allergy risk that will not exceed the low level. 

Ash, hornbeam, elm, willow and poplar pollens are also present with a low risk of allergy but which could increase if temperatures remain high. The first grass pollens are arriving from the south-west of the country but with a risk that will remain low. Parietaria pollens (urticaceae) may bother allergy sufferers on the Mediterranean area with a low to medium risk.

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