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Kansas Real-Time Water Quality

Boron, dissolved

Overview

Boron is present in minor concentrations (less than 1 milligram per liter) in most natural water. Boron concentrations exceeding 1 milligram per liter can have negative effects on plant growth (such as lemon and orange trees) (Hem, 1985).

Stations That Measure or Compute Continuous Boron

Click a station to view measurements of boron.

Station Name Station Identifier
Kansas River at Topeka, KS 06889000

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