Boron is only essential to plants. It accumulates in plants and is found in foods, mainly fruits and vegetables. Boron does not appear to accumulate in fish or other organisms in water.
Entering the environment
Boron can be transported as particles released into the atmosphere or as dissolved compounds in natural waters.
Where it ends up
No information is available on how long boron remains in air, water or soil.
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