Storage stability plan
Storage stability plan: The stability of conventional dosage forms is generally relatively easy to control. However, for some compounded herbicide preparations, because the physical and chemical properties of different original drugs are very different, they are compounded together. The compounded dosage form is stable in the dosage form. It is much less effective than a single agent, such as the combination of glyphosate with 2,4-D, 2-methyl-4-chloride, dicamba, glufosinate, etc., and the combination of aclopyridine with 2,4-D, dichloropyridine. The stability of the compound formulation of acids is much more difficult than that of a single agent. If the dosage form is not well designed, low-temperature crystallization or high-temperature stratification may easily occur, resulting in unqualified products.We have detailed solutions to common problems with these dosage forms to ensure you have worry-free production.