Pollen report

Vegetation in town:
Information guide about plants with allergenic pollens


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Updated 3rd of April

Birch pollens will cause a very high risk of allergy in the Ile de France, high in many departments at the north of a Bordeaux-Grenoble line and moderate over the rest of the country. Unfortunately for allergy sufferers, spring conditions are expected to last with a fairly generous sun that is expected to shine widely over most of the country in the coming days, which will cause high concentrations of birch pollen in the air.

The air also contains pollens from ash, hornbeam, poplar, willow, grasses, oak and plantain, but with a low risk of allergy.

In the south of the country, there are mainly cypress and plane tree pollens with a moderate risk of allergy.


Birch and its pollen

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