Late-ripening variety (70-104 days). Plant height up to 145 cm with a dense and large leaf.
1,0 g = 590-650 seeds.
* What is the difference between early and late varieties of dill?
Early varieties of dill quickly form a green mass and proceed to flowering. Such varieties are most often used to obtain umbrellas for pickling. Late varieties do not transition to flowering for a long time, forming a lot of green mass.
* Which dill is suitable for repeated cutting and does not bloom for a long time?
For repeated cutting, dill with a long shelf life is suitable - Diamond and Alligator. They give a lot of greenery, do not bloom for a long time and are suitable for repeated cutting without damaging the growing point.
* Which dill is good for getting umbrellas quickly?
Early ripe varieties of dill: Anchor, Grenadier. They will provide you with umbrellas for pickling and pickling faster than another dill.
* When can you sow dill?
Crops can be started as early as possible, and periodically repeated throughout the summer. Before winter, dill is sown in early November. In the spring, dill greens from winter sowing will be ready 2-3 weeks earlier.
* What are the features of growing late-ripening dill for greens?
When growing late-ripening varieties of dill for greens, the most important rule is not to thicken the crops. Therefore, in order to realize the potential of a particular variety, it is necessary to grow plants at a distance of at least 30 cm from each other. It is better to remove the leaves selectively as needed, without cutting off the entire outlet (if we harvest a lot of greenery, then you can cut off the entire outlet, leaving the young leaves intact in the centre).
Since the plants grow vigorous, it is also necessary to provide them with good nutrition and water.