The appearance of fluff in the ACT signals two things - grass pollen is on the rise and uni exams are just around the corner!
(Iconic image by Mick Ashley see https://mickashley.com.au/product/pollen/)
The sneezin' season in the northern hemisphere might be getting longer due to climate change, and scientists want to know what that could mean for asthma and hayfever sufferers in Australia.
The Canberra grass pollen season is almost upon us and we normally expect increased levels of grass pollen to appear in the first week of October and peak in November. So what are we expecting this year as we sniffle and sneeze through spring?
The Australian Pollen Allergen Partnership:
Towards a Standardized National Pollen Count Network