Pollen report

Vegetation in town:
Information guide about plants with allergenic pollens


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

Updated 24th of June

The stormy showers give a little respite to allergy sufferers by putting the pollens on the ground but be careful with the sunny and windy periods between the storms which favor the dispersion of the pollens in the air. The risk of allergy for grass pollens will be moderate to high depending on the department. For further information on grass pollination, you can consult the modelling maps available in the banner on the right of the map.

The other pollens present in the air will bother allergic people much less with a risk that will not exceed the low level for nettle pollens (from the urticaceae family), plantain, sorrel, chestnut, olive and oak. Lime trees also disperse their pollens causing symptoms in their vicinity.

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