How bad will this spring’s allergy season be?

Climate experts are predicting a bad spring allergy season this year. They cite several long-term trends that are working against folks with hay fever, allergic rhinitis and allergic bronchial asthma. Climate change is supporting a longer growing season, along with increased precipitation and humidity from storms. All of this encourages more production of pollen and mold spores and more allergy symptoms. Here in Minnesota we’ve had a fairly long winter with lots of snow but we have not had much of those brutal sub-zero temperatures. Consequently as spring approaches the plant root systems should be pretty healthy. Give them a good drink of melted snow water and the trees and grasses should be ready to pollinate and bloom abundantly.
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-Dr. Lakin

Fox 9 News interviews Dr. Lakin about this intense 2013 allergy season.


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