Ragweed
Ragweed

Ragweed

You probably barely survived the March Live Oak pollen implosion, and hopefully, by now it’s rained taking some of that pollen out of the air. In April, we welcome Ragweed, but not to worry, historically pollen counts for ragweed, grass and trees are on the low side.

We recommend closing the windows, staying indoors when windy out, and don’t clean gutters or use a blower on the patio or driveway.  Allergy medications, both nasal sprays and pills, should be started in late January and continued until we get a few good April rains.

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