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People with a mold allergy often get worse when the mold counts are higher in the spring
and fall. Everybody who's had a bad experience mowing the yard assumes that it's the grass
that they're mowing is the culprit, but in fact, it's the blades of the mower kicking
up the debris from the yard thatch, the dead, decaying debris. That's filled with mold,
and usually, most of us will mow our yards before they'll plant flowers, and that only
happens in May and June anyway. So, other triggers for mold-allergic patients include
things like musty-smelling places, basements, barns, and antique stores.