Due to the shallow groundwater level and high sodium content of irrigation water in Taibao Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan, the greenhouse soil drainage is poor and the soil sodium content is excessively accumulated, which is unfavorable for greenhouse cultivation. The shallow buried...
In response to the shortage and aging of the agricultural workforce in recent years, the Council of Agriculture (COA), Taiwan has promoted several measures, such as the establishment of a special unit for agricultural human resources management, the development of diversified human...
With the increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme climates caused by global warming, not only the frequency of agricultural disasters in Taiwan has increased, but the patterns have also changed. High temperature and drought frequently happened in recent years, while rarely...
Climate change that results in severe drought events may accelerate soil degradation and intensify the spread of plant diseases and insect pests internationally. Legal disputes concerning the use of Roundup, a widely used herbicide to eliminate weeds produced by Monsanto, have been...
For the small-scale producers in Dongshi Township, where rural villages mainly rely on aquaculture dispersed between Dongshi Fisherman's Wharf and river lowlands in Southwestern Taiwan, climate change is real and hits home: the rising sea level, the severer soil salinization unfavorable...
Yu San Liu
AffiliationAgricultural Policy Research Center, Taiwan
Job TitleSenior Research Fellow/Director
Latest Submission from Taiwan
Effects of Shallow Hidden Pipes on Soil Salinity of Greenhouse Cucumber
The Agricultural Workforce Development Policies and Collaborative Models in Taiwan
Measures Adopted in Taiwan to Strengthen Healthy Soil-Plant Interactions for Resilient Agriculture
Challenges and Opportunities for Pesticide Management in the Face of Climate Change and Food Security Risks
Too Small to Make a Difference? Low-Carbon Community and beyond for Smallholder Farmers behind Grassroots Aquaculture Initiatives in Southwestern Taiwan