Pollen Season in New Hampshire
Spring has come, along with it the pollen season. Itchy nose and throat, watery eyes, sneezing, and congestion are the most common reactions to pollen allergy. If you have one of those symptoms, you should definitely consider fighting this most common spring problem.
People with pollenosis and hay fever should keep their distance from certain plant species during flowering time. Here is the list of plants within New Hampshire areas that you should avoid during pollination.
|Belknap County||Bear Oak, Black Ash, Black Willow, Annual Ragweed, Common Timothy|
|Coos County||Bear Oak, Black Ash, Black Willow, Orchard Grass, Spreading Bent|
|Merrimack County||Black Ash, Black Willow, Grey Willow, Black Mustard, Red Fescue|
|Sullivan County||Bear Oak, Bitter-Nut Hickory, Black Oak, Black Mustard, Spreading Bent|
|Carroll County||Bear Oak, Black Ash, Black Oak, Chinese Mustard, Great Ragweed|
|Grafton County||Box Elder, Burr Oak, Great Ragweed, Red Fescue, Spreading Bent|
|Rockingham County||Bitter-Nut Hickory, Black Oak, Old Woman, Nodding Fescue|
|Cheshire County||Bear Oak, Eastern Poison-Ivy, White Ash, Smooth Amaranth, Winter Bent|
|Hillsborough County||Bear Oak, Pussy Willow, Western Poison-Ivy, Orchard Grass|
|Strafford County||Silky Willow, Swamp White Ash, White Ash, Black Mustard, Red Fescue|
Even if you are trying to avoid these plants, pollen grains are so finely structured so they can end up in your ventilation system. If so, as your local air dry cleaning service in New Hampshire we recommend the following things:
Don’t forget to contact us for more information. We’d be glad to help you with your HVAC spring cleaning!