European Pollen Calendar
Data for AUSTRIA
Source: Allergy Online, 1999 [ ]
data presented here is based principally on the ,
and trees with beech
and oak pollens being most common in April and May, respectively.
pollens in Austria
seem to peak around June and slowly decrease over the following 2 months.
The three main , which cause
problems are ,
Plantain is present in low amounts from May through September while the
more allergic mugwort and ragweed pollens are present in greater amounts
in August and September. Ragweed is a North American import and is found
in Europe only in Austria, Hungary and the French Rhône valley.
Thus, ragweed does not pose the same problem in Europe as it does in the
Allergy Online, Vienna School of Medicine