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pollen count

[′päl·ən ‚kau̇nt]
(botany)
The number of grains of pollen that collect on a specified area (often taken as 1 square centimeter) in a specified time.
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She added: "While the rest of us are able to enjoy country walks and sunbathing in the park, the very high pollen count makes this unbearable for those with hayfever.
Head for places with on-shore beaches, or mountainous areas, where there will be lower pollen counts.
Dr Jones said, 'People tend to plant male birch trees because of the catkins which produce a lot of pollen and it means that sufferers are getting symptoms in April when the birch tree pollen count is at its highest.
But just remember where you put those popular meds and other antihistamines, because there could be some residual days ahead when the pollen count jumps, such as a few consecutive days of hot weather with wind, to kick up the dust.
This morning will see a high pollen count of six or seven, dropping to a medium four or five by tomorrow.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has declared the pollen count 'very high', with the pollen count for paper mulberry recorded at 20,165 particles per cubic metre.
He said with the arrival of spring pollen count was increasing in the federal capital and advised the allergy patients to wear mask or use anti allergy tablets.
The highest pollen count in the last 24 hours was recorded 93 per m3 of air in sector E-8 that would increase when the rain spell ends, according to PMD.
Increase in number of pollen allergy patients is witnessed in Islamabad due to abundance of raspberry trees while pollen count in air increases because of trees, dandelion, grass and flowers in the month of February.
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The reason it was so bad for hay fever sufferers this week was due to the "very high" grass pollen count throughout the country, including in the North East.