Lai, Hung-Yu Professor


Soil Survey and Remediation Laboratory


+886-4-22840373 ext.4406




.Soil fertility
.Soil survey
.Soil and Fertilizer
.Soil science


Ph. D. Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University
M.S. Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, National Pingtung University of Sciences and Technology
B.S. Department of Environmental Engineering and Science, Feng Chia University


Soil fertility, Soil survey, Plant nutrition, Soil science


Professor: Department of Post-Modern Agriculture, MingDao University
Associate Professor: Department of Post-Modern Agriculture, MingDao University
Assistant Professor: Department of Post-Modern Agriculture, MingDao University
Postdoctoral Fellow: Center for Environmental Restoration and Disaster Reduction, National Chung Hsing University
Postdoctoral Fellow: Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan Universit


.Soil fertility
.Soil remediation


1. Tongsiri P., W.Y. Tseng, Y. Shen, and H.Y. Lai*. 2020. Comparison of soil properties and organic components in infusions with different aerial appearances of tea plantations in central Taiwan. Sustainability 12:4384 (SCI)
2. Chen, K.S., C.Y. Pai, and H.Y. Lai*. 2020. Amendment of husk biochar on accumulation and chemical form of cadmium in lettuce and pak-choi grown in contaminated soil. Water 12:868 (SCI)
3. Lam, C.M., K.S. Chen, and H.Y. Lai*. 2019. Chemical forms and health risk of cadmium in water spinach grown in contaminated soil with an increased level of phosphorus. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 16:3322 (SCI)
4. Yu, C.H., S.L. Wang, P. Tongsiri, M.P. Cheng, and H.Y. Lai*. 2018. Effects of poultry-litter biochar on soil properties and growth of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica Forsk.). Sustainability 10:2536 (SCI)
5. Lam, C.M., and H.Y. Lai*. 2018. Effect of inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and blanching on the bioaccessibility of heavy metals in water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica Forsk.). Ecotox. Environ. Safe. 162:563-570 (SCI)
6. Lai, H.Y.* 2017. A combined condition of hydroponic effects on growth and cadmium distribution of impatiens (Impatiens walleriana). J. Soil Sci. Plant Health 1:1. (Int. Journal)
7. Lai, H.Y.*, C.M. Lam, W.Z. Wang, and Y.J. Ji. 2017. Cadmium uptake by cuttings of Impatiens walleriana in response to different cadmium concentrations and growth periods. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 98(3):317-322 (SCI)
8. Lai, H.Y.*, Y.C. Lin, Y.S. Wang, and B.W. Fu. 2016. Removal of cadmium from contaminated soils by multiple washing with iron (III) chloride. Soil Sediment Contam. 25(6):624-636 (SCI)
9. Chen, B.C., and H.Y. Lai*. 2016. Subcellular distribution of cadmium in two paddy rice varieties with different cooking methods. Agr. Sci. 7:383-395 (Int. Journal)
10. Lai, H.Y.*, and M.C. Cai. 2016. Effects of extended growth periods on subcellular distribution, chemical forms, and the translocation of cadmium in Impatiens walleriana. Int. J. Phytoremediat. 18(3):228-234 (SCI)
11. Lai, H.Y.* 2015. Subcellular distribution and chemical forms of cadmium in Impatiens walleriana in relation to its phytoextraction potential. Chemosphere 138:370-376 (SCI)
12. Lai, H.Y.* 2015. Effects of leaf area and transpiration rate on accumulation and compartmentalization of cadmium in impatiens walleriana. Water Air Soil Pollut. 226:2246 (SCI)
13. Lai, H.Y.* 2015. Negative effects of chelants on soil qualities of five soil series. Int. J. Phytoremediat. 17(3):228-234 (SCI)