ADPEN Laboratories has a strong commitment to protecting our environment and public health. We work diligently with the agrochemical industry in its effort to ensure product compliance with the latest government regulatory requirements. ADPEN offers a full range of analytical testing services to support agrochemical development and pesticide registration efforts. These analytical services include Impurity Profiling and the 5-batch Analysis test, which are central requirements for the registration of agrochemical products. ADPEN is also set up to analyze for atrazine, its metabolites and other triazines in water, plant tissue, fruits, soil, feed, food and other matrices using state-of-the-art LC-MS/MS methodology. All of our agrochemical and analytical testing services and studies comply with EPA, FIFRA, OECD, Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), and international guidelines. Our research and development groups can provide analytical services in the following areas:

Product Registration Studies:

  • Residue Chemistry
  • Magnitude of the Residue
  • Ecotox – Pollinator Studies
  • Method Development
  • Independent Method Validations (ILV)
  • Environmental Fate
  • Field Dissipation Studies
  • 5-Batch Analysis
  • Product Equivalency
  • Accumulation Studies

Independent Lab Validations of Environmental Chemistry Methods (ILV of ECM):

  • Hazard Evaluation
  • Foliar Dislodgeable Residue Studies
  • Non Target Plants
  • PAM Multiresidue Method Testing (MRM)
  • Pesticide Spray Drift Evaluation
  • Agricultural Commodity Multi Residue Screening
  • Product Chemistry
  • Sample Preparation

Monitoring and Product Safety:

  • Water Monitoring by GC/MS, LC/MS/MS and Immunoassay
  • Atrazine and triazines analysis by GC/MS, LC/MS/MS and Immunoassay
  • Pesticide residue analysis
  • Impurity Identification

Chemical Development:

  • Method Development
  • Method Validation
  • Project Management
  • Analytical Support


ADPEN Laboratories is at the leading edge of technology and uses state-of-the-art instrumentation and automated systems:

  • GC (With all detectors)
  • GC/MS
  • HPLC (UV, DAD, Fluorescence)
  • LC-MS/MS
  • Immunoassay (ELISA)
  • ASE (Accelerated Solvent Extraction)