Adsorption Coefficient: 400 (estimated)
Trade and Other Names: Trade names for products containing ziram include AAprotect,
AAvolex, Antene, Attivar, Carbazinc, Corozate, Cuman, Drupine,
Fuklasin, Fungostop, Mezene, Milbam, Pomarsol Z Forte, Prodaram,
Tricarbamix, Triscabol, Z C Spray, Zerlate, Zincmate,
Zinkcarbamate, Ziram, Zirasan, Zirbeck and Zirex. The compound may
be found in formulations with other fungicides such as bitertanol,
dodine, myclobutanil, thiram, and zineb.
Introduction: Ziram is an agricultural dithiocarbamate fungicide used on a wide
variety of plant fungi and diseases. It may be applied to the
foliage of plants, but it is also used as a soil and/or seed
treatment. Ziram is used primarily on almonds and stone fruits. It
is also used as an accelerator in rubber manufacturing, packaging
materials, adhesives, and textiles. Another use of the compound is
as a bird and rodent repellent. Ziram is often marketed as a
wettable powder or as granules. Granules or grains are sifted into
water and agitated prior to application.
Formulation: Ziramis often marketed as a wettable powder or as granules.
Granules or grains are sifted into water and agitated prior to