pollen count


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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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Duty Forecast Officer at the Met Office Rashid Bilal told Dawn the pollen count will increase further if it does not rain in a day or two.
ISLAMABAD -- As the Pakistan Metrological Department has announced increase in pollen counts after the weekend's rain, one of the main government hospitals has set up a pollen allergy centre for round the clock health services.
TAKE careful note of pollen forecasts to find out when particular allergy seasons are starting, when high pollen count days will occur and seasons end.
Web searches could help track long-term trends in pollen counts in areas without monitoring stations.
If your symptoms appear between late May and early August, when grass pollen counts are high, you're more than likely not being affected by a cold but hayfever instead.
Febreze Fabric Refresher Allergen Reducer was developed to address this issue, to help consumers achieve a deeper clean, particularly when pollen counts are high.
She forecasts that high or very high birch pollen counts on warm, dry days with some wind could occur until early or mid-May, then oak pollen levels could begin to rise, depending on region and weather, while the grass pollen season is likely to start in late May or the beginning of June.
In 2000, the average pollen count was around 8,455.
The last time the season started this early was in 1991 when the first high pollen count day was on May 24.
Symptoms vary in severity and may be worse some years than others, depending on the weather conditions and the pollen count.
My best pollen count is looking at my car, the kitchen counter or on the back porch.
Independent Mail: "Upstate pollen count quadruple its usual high"