The term agrochemical is used as a generic term for the chemical products or pesticides used in agriculture. The main factors included are fungicides, herbicides and insecticides, as well as synthetic fertilizers, hormones and soil conditioning agents. Agrochemicals play a crucial role in modern industrialized and intensive farming methods, making the growth of foods on previously uncultivatable land become possible and maximizing the yield of a given soil.
The contents of agrochemical analysis cover physicochemical character, active ingredient concentration analysis and pesticide residue analysis. How to analyze pesticides quickly and accurately is a very important task at present. Agrochemicals have experienced a long way since the creation of synthetic fertilizers, and the need to better understand or optimize both the agrochemical production process and the formulation make up of agrochemicals is becoming more apparent. According to the different characteristics, different detection methods such as liquid chromatography (LC) or gas chromatography (GC), high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or gas/liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS/LC-MS) can be used for agrochemical analysis.
Agrochemical Analysis at Creative Proteomics
Creative Proteomics can help with the analysis and optimization of your agrochemical products to assist the development of new agrochemicals and for quality control and production optimization by a range of analytical tools.
Pesticide physical and chemical test indicators mainly include moisture, pH, melting point, fineness, emulsion stability, suspension rate and heat storage stability. We can offer you to:
Analysis of active ingredients pesticides normally contains insecticide analysis, fungicide analysis, herbicide analysis and plant growth regulator analysis. By the help of analytical instruments and validated methods, we can provide accurate and professional content analysis of active ingredients.
Pesticide residues refer to pesticides and their toxic metabolites that remain in plants, soils and the environment. Due to the low level of pesticide residues, complex analysis process and high technical requirements, we can provide a more convenient way to solve your problems.
Creative Proteomics could help you with the analysis and optimization of your agrochemical products to assist the development of new agrochemicals and for quality control and production optimization. We also could provide a range of analytical services for identification of agrochemical products. Please contact us in time, we can offer you the fastest and most optimized solution.
1. Prudente, I. R. G., et al. Evidence of risks of renal function reduction due to occupational exposure to agrochemicals: A Systematic review. Environ Toxicol Phar. 2018, 8(63).