Western Landscape

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Allergy Descriptions

Eastern (common) and Western Cottonwood
Eastern (common) and Western Cottonwood

Cottonwoods are large, fast growing native trees found in most US states.

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English Plantain
English Plantain

English Plantain is found in disturbed areas such as vacant lots, cracked pavement, grassy paths and along roadsides.

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Epicoccum (Epicoccum nigrum)
Epicoccum (Epicoccum nigrum)

Alternaria is one of the most important allergenic molds.

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Fusarium
Fusarium

This allergen is a composite of many members of the fungal family Fusarium.

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Giant Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida)
Giant Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida)

Giant Ragweed is so named because it is the largest of all the Ragweed plants. It can grow as tall as 15 feet tall, and is found in every US state except for Alaska.

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Hickory/Pecan (Carya species)
Hickory/Pecan (Carya species)

Hickory is prized for its lumber – extremely strong, yet flexible, it has many commercial uses.

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House Dust Mites
House Dust Mites

House dust mites are one of the most significant indoor allergens in the human environment.

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Johnson Grass (Sorghum halepense)
Johnson Grass (Sorghum halepense)

Johnson grass is found in all the lower US states with the exception of Maine.

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Kochia Fire Brush
Kochia Fire Brush

Kochia is native to southern and eastern Russia, Europe and Asia. It is now naturalized across the northern half of the United States and spreading south-westwards.

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