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Dill (Anethum

Dill (Anethum graveolens, Apiaceae) Annual, height 100 cm Tsw: 4-6 g | Seed count per 10 g = 5.000-10.000 seeds. Sowing: Direct in April for the production of dill seed and dill leaves. For the production of dill leaf-tips sow up to June, all year round for market (bundles) and pot production under glass. Seed amount: Direct sowing for dill seed 100-120 g/100 m², for dill leaf-tips 400 g/100 m², for seedlings 3 g/1.000 plants, for pot growing 20 g/1.000 pots. Cultivation: For dill seed in rows 30 cm apart, for dill leaf-tips 15-20 cm apart, for bundles 20-30 cm apart, depending on the desired plant size at harvest. Use: Young leaves and leaf tips, half ripe flower heads and dried seeds, dried and fresh in soups, sauces, vegetables, salads and for pickling with gherkins. Teddy Celery cut (Apium graveolens var. secalinum, Apiaceae) Biennial, height 30 cm Tsw: 0,3-0,5 g | Seed count per 1 g = 2.000-3.300 seeds. Sowing: Indoors for planting out is possible, but generally sown directly outdoors. For industrial growing sow in April/May. For the production of fresh, young leaves for market gardening it is advisable to sow repeatedly. Seed amount: For seedlings 2 g for 1.000 plants. For direct sowing 60-80 g/100 m². Spacing: For freshly cut bundles 15-20 cm. For industrial use 40 cm. Please ask your local sales representative for the availability of the crop in your area. Celery Chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium, Apiaceae) Variety Cultivation Description Annual, height 50 cm Fresh cut Processing Pot plant Teddy | new x x Ida x x Standard dill. Ella x x Green Sleeves x x Tetradill sel. Goldkrone x x x NFT Our new variety with many tips and a short hypocotyl. It comes with a fresh bight green colour and is ideal for bundles and pot production. Dark blue-green plants with a lot of leaf tips. Due to the extra short hypocotyl this dill variety provides compact and very stable plants for pot production. It is also suited to harvest fresh bundles. A very stable, dark green dill of the leafy type for production of fresh bundles. Green Sleeves is strong against bolting and is duly suited to all year round growing. Enza Zaden’s selection in the tetraploid type with especially high yielding. A slow bolting habit of a longer cutting time and therefore also well suitable for extensive growing. Selected for fresh cut and industry purposes. Tsw: 2-3 g | Seed count per 10 g = 3.300-5.000 seeds. Sowing: For industrial growing sow in spring or at the end of July. For the production for fresh market sow all year round in sets. Seed amount: Direct 10-15 g/100 m², for market 20-30 g/100 m². Depending on the spacing in the rows and the desired size at harvest, for pot growing 40-50 g/1.000 plants. Cultivation: Space rows for fresh-cutting 10-15 cm apart, for industrial growing space rows 20 cm apart or double rows 10 cm apart and 30-40 cm between the double rows. Very quick growing, therefore sow repeatedly every 2-3 weeks for market. Flowers quickly from spring sowings, therefore for industrial use it is better to sow at the end of June which reduces the risk of flowering and makes a second cut possible. Chervil loses a lot of its aroma when dried, therefore for industrial use its mostly frozen. Use: Fresh for flavouring soups, sauces, salads, yoghurt and egg dishes. Chervil NFT: nutrient film technique | Organic seeds by Vitalis | Variety information is based on our experiences from trial and agricultural production and offers no guarantee. Different climate, soil and cultivation circumstances must be taken into account. 16 | Enza Zaden Enza Zaden | 17

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