the land must be monitored, and when the control standards are exceeded, the remediation site shall not be used unless there are special reasons. In terms of Taiwan's monitoring standards, it should be based on the upper limit specifications made by reference to the climatic conditions and geological background of various regions in Taiwan. In the Compassion Organic Verification Operation Manual (June 17, 105 Min.), the maximum allowable levels (mg/kg) of soil stains for arsenic, chromium and nickel are listed in Schedule II as 15, 10, and 10 in sequence.
If we combine the above article about Professor old picture restoration Xu Zhengyi and the relevant monitoring standards in Taiwan, the certification of organic agriculture may be too strict. For the average chromium in Taiwan soil, the average background value is 50 mg/kg, and the organic verification standard value is 10. mg/kg. In short, more than half of the land in Taiwan (there is no difference in subdivision land use) will not pass the organic verification. Such organic certification standards may not have been discussed in detail when they were proposed, ignoring the interests of farmers, and only in line
with international trends, market mechanisms, and even the so-called perfection of regulations by the government. Is Organic Farming a Rich Man? "Although the government vigorously promotes organic agriculture, the market is so big. The rich and landed can usually win by quantity and open up the channels. For example, Quanlian, Carrefour, etc. can see the figure of group-type organic farms, which are relatively small. of organic farms can only