Ziram is a
colourless, odourless powder or granulate.
Ziram is the
zinc salt of dimethyldithiocarbamate. It is produced by a reaction between
dimethylamine and carbon disulphide in the presence of a base or surplus
Ziram is used
as an accelerator for natural rubber and synthetic rubber.
Ziram (zinc dithiocarbamate) is used
in industry as an accelerating agent in the production of latex.
In agriculture ziram is used to
protect various fruits and vegetables from fungal infection.
Ziram, whose chemical name is zinc
dimethyldithiocarbamate, is a broad spectrum protectant fungicide that can
be used for control of both pome and stone fruit fungal diseases. This
dual crop capability could be useful for those growers that have both
apples and peaches.
Ziram is used on a variety of crops
including stone fruits, pome fruits, nut crops, vegetables, and
commercially grown ornamentals.
Ziram is sometimes used in New Jersey stone fruit orchards
for control of leaf curl, caused by the fungus Taphrina deformans.
- In past five years, the
value of the global market for conventional chemical crop protection
products or pesticides increased by 6.2% to reach US$26,710 million. The
world market has expanded from US$23,170 million in
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