Grasses usually start growing in the early spring. In the late spring and early summer, they release pollen into the air. In fall, grass allergies also reappear in Fall.

You can see grass pollen and other pollen as it is fine and powdery. You probably will not see pollen in the air. But if you're allergic, your body most likely will react even to small amounts. The grasses below have links to specific information about it.

Grass Allergies that Allergy 123 tests for and creates personal treatment plans for using home-based immunotherapy:*

Bermuda Grass

Johnson Grass 

Kentucky Bluegrass

Meadow Fescue

Orchard Grass



Smooth Brome

Sweet Vernal


* Tests vary slightly by state because each state has different concentrations of species

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