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When the cedar season is over, elm pollen season arrives in Central Texas



Although the end of the cedar season is over, it has reached the helm of pollen.

Mild winter wore the pollen cloud a week before. Elm trees usually start in February and release pollen at the beginning of April, but this year, pollen reached central Texas in the last days of January.

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If you are allergic, you will probably have asthma-like symptoms. They are just a few symptoms, such as itching, headaches, headaches, red eyes or tearing or nasal nose, but other possible symptoms.


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