The Pollen count is a measure of the number of pollen grains of a certain type per cubic metre of air sampled, averaged over 24 hours. The Pollen forecasts are produced by the National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit using the pollen counts measured each day at the Pollen UK network sites, together with information about the weather, growing seasons and the flowering times of the plants.
Our pine pollen release timeline here in British Columbia mirrors there Pollen count by the National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit in the UK. British Columbia's pine forest plantation expand from the 49th parallel North to the 60th parallel North.
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