Pollen Load

19
September

It is important for pollen allergy sufferers to monitor the current daily pollen load during the pollen season. If pollen allergy sufferers are prepared for high pollen loads they can minimize the contact with pollen and avoid outdoor activities.

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The current pollen load for 1050

Legende: 1 = Low, 2 = Moderate, 3 = High, 4 = Very High

ragweed (Ambrosia)

Sunday, 19. September
2
Monday, 20. September
2
Tuesday, 21. September
2

fungal spores (Alternaria)

Sunday, 19. September
2
Monday, 20. September
2
Tuesday, 21. September
2

cypress family (Cupressaceae)

Sunday, 19. September
1
Monday, 20. September
1
Tuesday, 21. September
1

grasses (Poaceae)

Sunday, 19. September
1
Monday, 20. September
1
Tuesday, 21. September
1

nettle family (Urticaceae)

Sunday, 19. September
1
Monday, 20. September
1
Tuesday, 21. September
1

mugwort (Artemisia)

Sunday, 19. September
1
Monday, 20. September
1
Tuesday, 21. September
1

alder (Alnus)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

hazel (Corylus)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

ash (Fraxinus)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

birch (Betula)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

plane tree (Platanus)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

rye (Secale)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September

olive (Olea)

Sunday, 19. September
Monday, 20. September
Tuesday, 21. September
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