Nabam (disodium ethylene-bis-dithiocarbamate) is an agricultural fungicide formerly used in Australia for the control of a wide variety of fungal diseases in fruits, vegetables, and turf.
There are no products containing nabam currently registered for use in Australia.
Status: Review Completed
The former Australian Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Council (AAVCC) revoked the clearance for nabam on 30 June 1990 following its decision to phase out a number of ethylene-bis-dithiocarbamate fungicides (EBDCs) based on the concerns over the lack of toxicological and residues data.
There are no Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for nabam.
APVMA nabam archive
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