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Dill Leaves Seeds (Suwa)

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No. of Seeds: Approx. 1420 to 1570 Seeds

The seeds have a successful germination rate of over 70%, the seeds in the packet can be used for several sowings. Follow the sowing instructions on the back of the packet.

Sowing: All season

The seeds can be grown in all seasons through the year, other than in frost. Start germinating your seeds indoors in warm well-lit rooms.

Germination: 10-15 days

Germinate your seeds indoors in seedling cups in a mix of cocopeat and compost and place it in a well-ventilated area. Follow the sowing instructions at the back of the packet.

Harvest in 30-40 Days

The approximate number of days it takes from sowing of seeds and successful germination to the time you can harvest it. PS: All other growing conditions need to be met.

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Dill Leaves Seeds (Suwa)

About the Seeds

Dill is a wiry leafy herb that has a distinctive taste and has slightly bitter undertones. The strong taste of dill is a flavour profile that is a combination of the tastes of fennel, celery and liquorice. While dill leaves are used as herbs, dill seeds are used as a spice, mostly in pickles. Dill is used fresh as well as dried. Dill is an excellent addition to soups, salads, sour cream, cream cheese, read meat, seafood and various other recipes.

What’s in the Box

What’s in the Box

  • Dill Leaves Seeds (Suwa)
  • Sowing instructions printed on backside of Seed Packet
  • Recyclable Pouch


FAQs

What medium should I use to grow dill?

You can use 2 part garden soil & 1 part any organic manure or 1 part garden soil, 1 part coco peat & 1 part Vermicompost to grow dill seeds.

How much sunlight does dill need?

Dill needs 3 - 4 hours of partial sunlight. It can also withstand full sunlight in winters.

How often should I water my dill plant?

Water your dill plant moderately. Keep the soil evenly moist at all times.





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Nagama I.
Good germination rate

Seeds have good germination rate.
Quality is good.
Veggies selection is correct.

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Nagama I.
Good germination rate

Seeds have good germination rate.
Quality is good.
Veggies selection is correct.

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