There isn’t much research to support it or deny it, but it is very likely that fertilizers will add trace elements to the food grown in them. It is known that fertilizers will wash out into aquifers and rivers, this will contaminate the water with heavy metals and other pollutants. It is also known that tobacco grown with fertilizer that contains calcium phosphate will have create cigarettes that contain the carcinogen Polonium-210.
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