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Few tips for the sneezy, wheezy and other pollen sufferers
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Gainesville Parks and Recreation's Caleb Gearing joins a landcaping crew planting azaleas Thursday, April 4, 2019 at Longwood Park. For many allergy sufferers this time of year is the worst with pollen counts very high particularly for oak, mulberry, sycamore, sweetgum and birch trees. - photo by Scott Rogers
As the cars around town get a fresh coat of yellow, a Gainesville allergist said the bigger problem is the pollen you cannot see.Dr. Ronald Beebe of Breathe Better Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center on South Enota Drive said most of what we see is pine pollen, to which few people are allergic.