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Pesticides refer to chemicals used in agriculture to control diseases and insect pests and regulate plant growth, which are widely used in agriculture, forestry and animal husbandry production, environmental and family health, pest control, industrial products, mildew and flood control. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a pesticide is any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest. People normally think of a pesticide as the product that can be purchased in the store. But, unfortunately, the pesticide product that you bought is actually a pesticide formulation that contains a number of different materials, including active and inert ingredients, as well as contaminants and impurities. In addition, pesticides, when subject to various environmental conditions, will break down to other materials known as metabolites.
As a professional and comprehensive third-party testing organization, Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab provides one-stop testing, analysis and technical support services for a variety of pesticides, and issues authoritative, scientific, fair and accurate testing reports for our clients.
Pesticides that can be tested by Alfa Chemistry include:
Plant growth regulator
Mixed biological pesticide
Pesticide intermediate, etc.
Alfa Chemistry's testing services for pesticides include:
Potassium, sodium, active ingredient content, etc.
Physical and chemical analysis
Melting point, solubility, particle size distribution, etc.
Aging test (UV, xenon lamp, carbon arc lamp, ozone), etc.
High temperature and low temperature stability.
Deformulation (reverse engineering), etc.
Guidance, standards and specifications for pesticides