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About Hybrid Dill Seeds

Dill is an important herb, that is used for its seeds and leaves.All parts of the herb is used for culinary purposes. Dill is used in many Indian dishes. Dill water is given to fussy babies as a digestive aid and soothing medicine.

From Seed to sprouting beginner guide

When it comes to choose, Dill seeds online India make sure you buy the seeds from a trusted supplier and its good practice to go through the reviews and be guided by an experienced person when it can be all about buy organic dill seeds online India and getting information about growing.

Here are some few simple steps to grow dill easily

  • Sow dill seeds about ¼-inch deep and 18 inches apart in rich soil, then gently rake the seeds into the soil.
  • Dill does not grow well when transplanted, so start the seeds fresh in the garden in early summer. Make sure to shelter the plants from strong winds.
  • After 10 to 14 days, the plants should appear in the soil. Wait another 10 to 14 days, then thin the plants to about 12 to 18 inches apart.
  • In your garden, plant dill next to cabbage or onions, but keep the dill away from carrots.
  • Water the plants freely during the growing season.
  • In order to ensure a season-long fresh supply of dill, continue sowing seeds every few weeks. For an extended harvest, do not allow flowers to grow on the plants.
  • If the soil remains undisturbed throughout the growing season, more dill plants will grow the next season.

Choosing the pot/land and soil

Once you have decided to start gardening, selecting a planter is very important. Here are some tips to buy pots for plants

There are many features to be considered while selecting a plant pots online below are some of them.

  1. Depending upon the indoor/outdoor gardening select a suitable size and type of planter which is suitable for your space.
  2. If you have planned for outdoor gardening select a planter which can withstand in all season.
  3. Be sure to select a planter with drainage hole at the bottom so the excess of water will flow out, this prevents your plant from drowning.
  4. Hanging and railing pots will give an attractive look for your garden

Never use soil found around your place for growing, as it lacks in nutrients. If you want to use soil alone check our organic fertilizer else coco peat based potting mix which holds fertilizer as well as compost content in it. The major advantage of using coco peat based potting mix is it retains moisture content and you will not have to invest for fertilizer/compost.

Harvesting

  • As soon as the plant has four to five leaves, you can start harvesting. Pinch off the leaves or cut them off with scissors.
  • If you have a lot of plants, you can pinch off entire stalks.

Step 4: Pests and Diseases

Common diseases are leaf spot, aphids. You can use Neem oil a natural remedy to control pests and diseases, just got to spray it twice a day after watering. Avoid over watering and excess fertilizing.

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