Pollen Forecast for Tyrol

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Latest Pollen Forecast:

Pollen Information Service of the Institute of Botany, University of Innsbruck (Austria) 09.04.2021

The concentration in the air of birch pollen is now increasing, and people suffering from birch allergies can expect moderate to high allergenic burden depending on the location and weather conditions. Warm weather conditions over the weekend might further increase the load of birch pollen in the air.

Considering ash pollen, the concentration in the air is also increasing, and therefore the related allergic burden is rising.

Low concentrations of pollen from hornbeam are further recorded in our pollen traps. Hornbeam pollen often affects birch pollen allergy sufferers through cross-reactions.

The flowering of alder and hazel is almost over, but a moderate pollen load of hazel and alder can still be present locally and at higher elevations.

In addition, pollen from cypress family and yews, willow, poplar, maple and rose family (Rosaceae) are recorded, which are of minor allergological importance.

Latest news:

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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