Ziram Production Cost Analysis 2020
Ziram, better known as zinc dimethyl dithiocarbamate, is a coordination complex of zinc with dimethyl dithiocarbamate. In appearance, it is a pale-yellow solid that is utilised as a fungicide and is used in the sulphur vulcanization of rubber, among other commercial applications. It was introduced in the United States in the year 1960 as a broad-spectrum fungicide. As a protectant fungicide, it acts on the plant’s surface, where it creates a chemical barrier between the plant as well as a fungus. It was utilised to address scab on apples and pears, leaf curl in peaches, as well as anthracnose and blight in tomatoes. In the year 1981, new uses for ziram were approved, including the prevention of leaf blight or scab on almonds, shot-hole in apricots, brown rot and leaf spot in cherries, and crust and anthracnose in pecans. Ziram is either sprayed on to a plant’s leaf or it is utilised as a soil and seed treatment. It also began to be utilised on residential ornaments as a bird and mammal repellent.
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