- Ferbam is a chemical compound from the group of dithiocarbamates , which, like other
dithiocarbamates pesticides is used as well.
- Ferbam is a broad spectrum fungicide for the
control of certain diseases in fruit trees, small fruits and berries,
potatoes, ornamentals, conifers and tobacco.
- Among the most hazardous pesticides, the
fungicides thiram, ziram and ferbam are teratogens, neuro, reproductive
toxins, mutagens, and skin sensitizers.
- Symptoms of acute human poisoning include:
nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, lethargy, dizziness, ataxia,
confusion, drowsiness, flaccid paralysis and death.
- Highly toxic to both cold water and warm water
- The pesticide is moderately toxic to birds.
Generally the subcutaneous toxicity to mammals is high.
- Annual domestic ferbam usage is approximately
150,000 pounds . Ferbam rates per application and rates per year are
generally less than 6 .0 lbs ai/A and 60 lbs ai/A respectively. Major
ferbam use areas are in Florida, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.
- General information
- Occupational health guideline for Ferbam
- Chemical database
- Ferbam (Dithiocarbamates)
- Ferbam and its uses
- Hazards and Symptoms
- Health hazards and protection
- Chemical Profile
- Chemical profile for Ferbam
- Environmental fate - Ecotoxicology
- Ferbam fact sheet
- Ferbam facts
- General facts of Ferbam
- Reregistration Eligibility Decision for
- Ferbam Toxic
- Evaluations of
some pesticide residues in food
- Signs and symptoms
- Human health
- Ferbam Granuflo
- Ferbam 76 WDG
- Ferbam Granuflo - Ferric dimethyl
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- Directions for use
- Application procedures
- Mode of action
on various crops
- Suppliers of Ferbam
- Selling leads
- FERBAM - ferric dimethyl dithiocarbamate
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