Ragweed Pollen Information
August and September bring more than the end of the summer. These months mean watery eyes, sniffling, and other
allergic reactions to airborne ragweed pollen during what is traditionally the
hay fever season in Pennsylvania. The purpose of this site to help Pennsylvanians by providing information on current ragweed pollen conditions.
Ragweed Pollen Levels
Get the latest ragweed pollen
outlook for your area of the state.
Learn how to
recognize the ragweed plant. Get some tips on
controlling ragweed before pollen production begins in mid-August. Get
tips (PDF) on reducing the effects of pollen on you. Encourage your community to adopt a noxious-weed
ordinance (PDF) if none is in place. Download an educational
poster (PDF) and circulate.
Accurate allergy forecasts for the entire US - including your own neighborhood.
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
The AAAAI has developed an extensive library of information in this center to help you learn more about allergic disease.
National Allergy Bureau
View pollen and mold counts for the Northeast U.S.
Allergy and Asthma Network/Mothers of Asthmatics
AANMA is a national nonprofit network of families whose desire is to overcome, not cope with, allergies and asthma.
American Lung Association
The mission of the American Lung Association is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health.