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Allelopathy is the ability of a plant to release substances which may inhibit the growth or germination of other plant species. I don't know specifically about the the interaction with dill and carrots but it is possible.


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Taking your other question into account as well, you have an infestation of powdery mildew in your garden - and your dill is almost covered with it. As we are talking about edible plants, I strongly suggest you spray with dilluted milk before grabbing a "chemical" fungicide. We have a bunch of questions and answers on the topic, the poster here has a ...


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You don't say which variety of Dill you're growing, but common Dill makes a plant about 4 feet high with a spread of 2-3 feet or more if grown as a single plant. Each of your seedlings will want to grow that size, so it is obvious there are far too many seedlings in the pot, and they badly need thinning out. That means removing seedlings so that you finish ...


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