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What does it mean when the seed packet has stamped on it "Caution treated with Thiram. Do not use for food, feed or oil"?

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Answer: This means that the seeds in this particular pack should not be eaten because they have been coated with a thin slurry of fungicide. The fungicide breaks down rapidly in the soil and does not have any effect on the resulting plant. Although slightly ambiguous in wording, this form of wording is accepted by all the relevant state authorities.
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