My question is about seasonal allergies. Like many people, I have seasonal allergies. My worst are grasses and weeds - ragweed is the highest pollinating weed but I've tested strongly positive to every possible weed, including tumbleweed, sage, etc. Right now, Ontario is becoming uninhabitable for me. The herbicide ban was implemented in 2009 and instead of using alternative weed control methods, cities and individuals have taken it as a reason to quit controlling weeds. My suburban neighbourhood has houses with ragweed farms growing. Not surprisingly, my allergies have gone from annoying to debilitating.
My question is - how do people find seasonal allergies in Halifax? Tree pollen isn't a big issue for me, it's grasses, weeds and molds that get me.
Pollen counts seem quite low there based on the Weather Network online forecasts. How does Halifax treat everyone's seasonal allergies?