Weed Pollen Allergies123

Late summer and fall is the season for weed allergies, with pollen levels usually peaking in mid-September. Pollen counts for weeds are at their highest in the morning, usually between 5 and 10 a.m. Weed pollens are the most prolific allergens of all. A single ragweed plant, for instance, can produce a billion pollen grains in a single season. Not only that, but wind-carried grains may travel for hundreds of miles. Weeds responsible for the most allergies include:

  • English plantain
  • Lamb’s Quarters,
  • Ragweed (which affects nearly one in five Americans)
  • Redroot Pigweed
  • Sagebrush
  • Tumbleweed (Russian thistle)

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