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Fall-blooming goldenrod (Solidago canadensis) is a common cause of seasonal allergies.

Fall-blooming goldenrod (Solidago canadensis) is a common cause of seasonal allergies.

 

It’s that season again, when a young plant’s thoughts turn to pollen — making an estimated 60 million people in the United States miserable.

 

While farmers and gardeners have greater exposure to seasonal allergens, they also have great tools to prevent and treat its symptoms: fruits, vegetables and medicinal plants.

 

If you know of seasonal trigger for your allergies, approach that season like an athlete preparing for a big sporting event by getting into shape. Starting four to six weeks ahead of the season with your garden’s tools can make a big difference when the pollen strikes.  (more…)

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