How Formulation Types & Greenhouse Operations Factor into Agricultural Chemical Products

When it comes to the formulation of agricultural chemical products, the lab and the greenhouse play significant roles in the development process. 

In the lab, you have to decide which formula type is the best fit for your agricultural application. Access to a greenhouse allows you to narrow down the pool of formulation candidates and reduce the expense of field trials.

When you download this guide, “How Formulation Types & Greenhouse Operations Factor into Agricultural Chemical Products,” you’ll learn about the various formulation types CJB Applied Technologies can create in the lab for agricultural applications, as well as the advantages our customers gain from our on-site greenhouse.

Learn how formulation types & greenhouse operations factor into agricultural chemical products in our free eBook.


Formulation Types

A one-size-fits-all approach does not work for agricultural formulation development. You must pick the formulation type that’s ideal for your application. Otherwise, your product won’t achieve the desired outcome. Some of the different formulation types we develop at CJB Applied Technologies include wettable powders (WP), water-dispersible granules (WDG), emulsifiable concentrates (EC), suspension concentrates (SC), and more. One type of formulation is going to be better than another to achieve your goal, depending on the factors and variables you’re dealing with.


Greenhouse Operations

As a customer of CJB Applied Technologies, you can quickly grow your competitive edge with our integrated approach to product and formulation development. Greenhouses are an important part of speeding up that process. In the greenhouse, scientists can test the characteristics, performance, and quality of multiple formulation candidates in a controlled setting. When the lab and greenhouse are on the same property, the testing stage of formulation development is more efficient. 

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Download the Guide

After you read this guide, you’ll have a better idea about which formulation type may fit your agricultural application and how an on-site greenhouse makes the development process more efficient. Download “How Formulation Types & Greenhouse Operations Factor into Agricultural Chemical Products” now!