下面以TPO5第1篇文章MINERALS AND PLANTS为例，来分析下推理题的解题思路。
It can be inferred from Paragraph6 that compared with standard practices for remediation of contaminated soils, phytoremediation
A. does not allow for the use of the removed minerals for industrial purposes.
B. can be faster to implement
C. is equally friendly to the environment
D. is less suitable for soils that need to be used within a short period of time.
Only recently have investigators considered using these plants to clean up soil and waste sites that have been contaminated by toxic levels of heavy metals – an environmentally friendly approach known as phytoremediation. This scenario begins with the planting of hyper accumulating species in the target area, such as an abandoned mine or an irrigation pond contaminated by runoff. Toxic minerals would first be absorbed by roots but later relocated to the stem and leaves. A harvest of the shoots would remove the toxic compounds off site to be burned or composted to recover the metal for industrial uses. After several years of cultivation and harvest, the site would be restored at a cost much lower than the price of excavation and reburial, the standard practice for remediation of contaminated soils. For examples, in field trials, the plant alpine pennycress removed zinc and cadmium from soils near a zinc smelter, and Indian mustard, native to Pakistan and India, has been effective in reducing levels of selenium salts by 50 percent in contaminated soils.