Pollen monitoring report for Tyrol: 17.09.2021

The pollen concentration in the air is currently low in Innsbruck and the region. This is mainly due to the fact that we are quite advanced in the pollen season. The actual changeable weather conditions and rainfalls further reduce the concentration of pollen.

The concentration of grass pollen is generally low; however, the concentration may be higher at some locations.

For all other pollen types, a low allergenic burden is expected.

In contrast, the concentration of fungal spores is moderate and can reach high levels. These can trigger allergic reactions. The concentration increases especially during sunny phases after rainfall.


Latest news:

16.08.2021: Welcome to Ugo Bisson as a new member of our pollen team!

25.06.2021: We provide from now on detailed reports for two of our stations situated at altitudes higher than ca. 1550 m (Obergurgl and Galtür). See the report section of our webpage.

30.04.2021: Welcome to Sandra Kistl as a new member of our pollen team!

During the coming months, we will upgrade the newsletter to provide more information about the pollen monitoring and forecasting in Tyrol, and develop a new version of our webpage. This includes in particular the methods we use for pollen monitoring, the pollen seasons, and the current pollen monitoring/forecasting at regional (Tyrol) and local (within Tyrol) scales. We will keep you updated about the progress.



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