Residue Chemistry

EAG offers the crop protection industry unparalleled know-how in the challenging discipline of residue chemistry.  With almost 40 years of experience, our expertise enables us to problem solve, integrate field and analytical phases, and provide results for your regulatory needs.  Our experienced team of Field Program Managers, Study Directors, Sample Milling personnel, and Analytical staff provides GLP-compliant (US EPA, EU, and other) services for all phases of residue studies from protocol development through the final report. We provide services for agrochemical companies as well as numerous Industry task forces, government agencies and universities.

EAG Residue Chemistry Know-How:

  • Independent Laboratory Validation (ILV) under US EPA and EU guidelines
  • Sample milling
  • Analytical methods development, optimization, and validation
  • Magnitude of residue, including rotational crop and decline studies
  • Storage stability studies
  • Processed commodities
  • Terrestrial field dissipation
  • Aquatic field dissipation
  • Dislodgeable foliar residues
  • Turf transferable residues
  • Groundwater and surface water studies
  • Worker and occupational exposure
  • Animal feeding studies
  • Fish and shellfish residue studies
  • Import tolerance
  • Laboratory-scale fumigation studies
  • Pollen and nectar

Our analytical expertise with herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, fumigants, nematicides and plant growth regulators including, but not limited to, the following compound classes:

  • Sulfonyl ureas (SUs)
  • Triazines
  • Triazoles
  • Imidazolinones
  • Acetamides
  • Ethylenebis (dithiocarbamates) (EBDCs)
  • Carbamates
  • Phenoxy acid herbicides
  • Anthranilic diamides
  • Nicotinoids
  • Pyrethroids
  • Organotins
  • Organophosphates (OPs)
  • Organochlorines (OCs)

Working with EAG you have the confidence that our well-equipped, experienced laboratories are providing the know-how to solve your field, analytical and regulatory challenges.

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