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While the cedar season is approaching the end, the full Badest season arrives in Central Texas



Although the cedar season is near its end, pollen has arrived.

A mild winter brought polar pollen about a week ahead of schedule. Pregnant trees usually begin to bloom in February and play pollen in early April, but this year pollen arrived in central Texas in the final days of January.

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