Anethum graveolens L.
Brand: Legutko
Packaged:5,0 g
Availability:In Stock
Ex Tax: 1.05€
Dill "Ambrozia".
Mid-season bush variety of dill, for open and protected ground. The period from germination to technical maturity is 40-45 days.
The plant is tall, sprawling, does not move to stem for a long time, which allows you to extend the economic shelf life.
The leaf is dark green, short petiolate, delicate, with a strong aroma. Dill is a cold-resistant, light-loving plant that prefers fertile, moist areas.
Dill seeds are sown on prepared soil, without embedding, but with obligatory mulching with peat 2-3 cm. Seedlings appear on 10-15 days.

* Dill is an annual plant. Cold-resistant, its seeds germinate at a temperature of + 3 + 5 ° C, and seedlings easily tolerate spring frosts. It makes an increased demand for moisture, but its excess negatively affects the yield.
Dill is sown in the spring, in April-May, and in the summer, in June, in order to have fresh greens uninterrupted until late autumn. Dill sprouts appear quite late - 14-18 days after sowing.
Leaving consists, first of all, of weeding and loosening of row-spacings. Carry out measures to combat dill pests, mainly aphids.
Dill for greens is harvested at a young age, when the stem and leaves are juicy, 15-25 cm high, about 50-60 days after sowing.
For use as a spice, it is harvested after flowering (August-September).

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