Vegetation in town:
Information guide about plants with allergenic pollens
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Between two musical notes and two stormy showers, allergy sufferers should be wary about grass pollen. The risk of allergy will change from moderate to very high level depending on the department. The music sheet will be completed by the oak and olive pollens which have resisted well in the Mediterranean area to participate to the music festival. The allergy risk related to these pollens will be low to locally moderate.
Nettle pollens are very abundant in the air throughout the territory but with a risk of allergy not exceeding the low level. On the other hand, plantain and sorrel pollen have almost disappeared from the country and will no longer disturb allergy sufferers.
The first chestnut pollens arrive just in time to complete the melody that will be soft without risk of allergy related to these pollens.
Be careful to not put yourself under a lime tree to play with your instruments because they are blooming and, even if the risk of allergy is low for these pollens, there may be allergies of proximity. Pine pollens can turn yellow floors and cars but are not allergizing.
After the storms of this weekend, a summer weather will be back and heat will increase sharply in the coming days especially in the east of the country thus promoting the dissemination of pollen in the air. Allergy sufferers must remain vigilant!
This Saturday, June 22nd, is the International Day of Ambrosia, a good opportunity to remember that there is a platform to report ragweed plants: www.signalement-ambroisie.fr
Grasses and its pollen