Thiram is the purest form of the thiuram disulphide or the oxidized dimer of dimethyl dithiocarbamate. It is utilised as a fungicide and ectoparasiticide to prevent fungal diseases in seeds as well as crops. It is also utilised as an animal repellent to protect fruit trees or ornamentals from damage by rabbits, rodents, and other animals like deers. Thiram is also known for being utilised in the treatment of human scabies, as a sunscreen, and as a bactericide applied directly to the skin or incorporated into the soap. It is also utilised as a sulphur source as well as a secondary accelerator in the sulphur vulcanization of rubbers. It has been found to be miscible thoroughly in chloroform, acetone, and in ether. Thiram is available as dust, wettable powder, water-dispersible granules, and water suspension formulations and in mixtures with other fungicides.
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