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Pollen Count

Total Pollen Count for 03/21/2019: 169

Trees (Top Contributors)

PINE, OAK, BIRCH, COTTONWOOD, HACKBERRY 

L=0-14M=15-89H=90-1499E=1500+

Grass

 

L=0-4M=5-19H=20-199E=200+

Weeds (Top Contributors)

CATTAIL, MUGWORT 

L=0-9M=10-49H=50-499E=500+

Mold Activity for 03/21/2019:

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March 2019

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
24
25 538
26 124
27 180
28 72
 1 44
 2
 3
 4 37
 5 46
 6 51
 7 8
 8 28
 9
10
11 22
12 29
13 151
14 139
15 322
16
17
18 23
19 35
20 24
21 169
22 208
23 272
24 303
25 1675
26 139
27 212
28 428
29 951
30 1922
31 4666
 1 1050
 2 886
 3 1501
 4 3065
 5 6262
 6 1596

Atlanta Allergy & Asthma’s Pollen Counting Station is certified by the National Allergy Bureau. This is the only pollen counting station in the Atlanta area certified by the NAB. The daily pollen count represents the number of pollen grains in a cubic meter of air over the previous 24-hours.

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