Agrochemical and crop science researchers work to evolve and develop plants and crops to improve productivity while sustaining the integrity of our ecosystem. They also focus on mitigating the negative impact on our crops and soil from pests, weeds and other harmful factors.
Mass spectrometry is utilized as a powerful tool to facilitate agrochemical and crop science research, empowering researchers to:
- Develop new chemical compounds for agricultural production
- Perform physiological or compositional analysis on crops, plants, seeds, and soils
- Accelerate their custom crop science and agrochemical research
Agrochemical and crop science research shines when it’s supported by analytical technology researchers can trust to produce reliable results.
Glyphosate and metabolites in water and crops