Pollen Count Report

                               Total pollen concentration at this site was collected over a 24 hour period from March 20th to March 21st, 2017 was photoin the total amount of 259.5 parts per Dr._L2cubic meter (m3) of air. This pollen report was prepared by the office of Dr. Leonard Shapiro and Dr. Boris Lokshin; Board Certified Physicians in the treatment of asthma and allergy. The air sample was collected at the border of urban Reno and Sparks. Due to the present on set inclement weather, will be conducting pollen count as weather allows.

Contact the POLLEN HOTLINE: (775) 359-5010 Option 6 or visit www.allergyasthmareno.com

TREES: HIGH Range at 259.5 parts per cubic meter (m3 )of air. Most abundant pollens present were:

TREES

 

Grains/m3

Result

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42% Juniper/Cedar
18% Elm
11% Cottonwood

11% Maple
18% Other Trees:
(Sycamore,Pine,Birch,Ash,Alder,Mulberry,Oak)

                   

0-14

15-89

90-1499

>1500

Low

Moderate

High

Very high

GRASSES: ABSENT Range at 0.00 parts per cubic meter (m3)of air.

GRASSES

        

Grains/m3

Result

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>0-4

5-19

20-199

>200

Low

Moderate

High

Very high

 

WEEDS: ABSENT Range at 0.00 parts per cubic (m3 )of air. Most abundant pollens present were:

WEEDS

 

Grains/m3

Result

>0-9

10-49

50-499

>500

Low

Moderate

High

Very high

 

MOLD SPORES: LOW Range at 744.1 parts per cubic meter (m3 ) of air. Most abundant pollens present were:

FUNGI

 

Grains/m3

Result

 mold

>0-899

900-2499

2500-24999

>25000

Low

Moderate

High

Very high

 Aspergillus, Alternaria, Cladosporium, Drechslera, Epicoccum, Leptospheria.