How can it be that finally, after a long harsh winter we now have more to contend with?
As if spring allergy season isn't enough here's another one to add to the the mix: snow mold.
Today, with my son home from University (free labour and good company are always welcomed), we raked up the debris from fall leaves (thanks neighbours) and discovered a few patches of icky cob-web-like fusions on areas of the lawn. SNOW MOLD!
Mould allergies and allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever, affect about 10 to 20 per cent of the population, Dr. Paul Keith, an allergist and associate professor at McMaster University, said in an interview.
If you are sensitive to mold and subjective to pollen allergies: