Dill (Anethum graveolens)

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Olives: Safe Methods for Home Pickling Revised by SYLVIA YADA, Scientist, and LINDA J. HARRIS, Extension Specialist in Microbial Food Safety, Department of Food Science and Technology, UC Davis, working from the original publication by GEORGE YORK, Professor Emeritus, and REESE VAUGHN (deceased), Department of Food Science and Technology, UC Davis. WHAT ARE OLIVES? The olive tree, Olea europaea, valued for both its beauty and its fruit, has been a part of Mediterranean civilization since before recorded history. The olive was cultivated and its oil traded as early as 3000 B.C.E....

Published at: anrcatalog.ucanr.edu

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Attracting Beneficial Insects with Native Flowering Plants Anna Fiedler, Julianna Tuell, Rufus Isaacs, and Doug Landis Department of Entomology, Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E2973 ? New ? January 2007Introduction Conservation of natural enemies of insects (predators and parasitoids) and pollinators (bees) around the farm or garden can help suppress pests and increase crop yields. Many beneficial insects rely on plants for nectar and pollen or shelter. Plants commonly recommended to provide these resources are nonnative annuals such as: buckwheat, sweet alyssum, faba bean,...

Published at: nativeplants.msu.edu

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Names

Anethum graveolens in differrent languages.

Peucedanum graveolens
Peucedanum graveolens (L.) Benth.
Anethum sowa Roxb. ex J. Fleming
Peucedanum graveolens (L.) Hiern.
Anethum arvense Salisb.
Angelica graveolens (L.) Steud.
Ferula graveolens (L.) Spreng.
Pastinaca anethum Spreng.
Peucedanum anethum Jess.
Peucedanum sowa (Roxb. ex Fleming) Kurz
Selinum anethum Roth
Anethi folium
Shih-lo
Ukrop
Endro
Funcho bastardo
Aneto
Dille
Shibith
Dill
Dille
እንስላል
شبت
Anethum graveolens
ایلی شویود
İyli şüyüd
Kraps
Укроп
Кроп
Kopar
Anet
Anethum graveolens
Dil
Kopr vonný
Llysiau'r gwewyr
Dild
Dill (Pflanze)
Dill
Aneto
Anethum graveolens
Aedtill
Ezamihilu
شوید
Tilli
Aneth
Lus mín
Aneto
Kopar (biljna vrsta)
Lanni
Kapor (növényfaj)
Adas sowa
Нарсий аьрхI
Aneto
Dill
Anethum graveolens
Аскөк

Anethum
Гъаран
Krapas
Dilles
ചതകുപ്പ
Adas manis
စမြိတ်ပင်
Dille
Dill
Dill
Dill
ਸੋਏ
Anéte (Plante)
Koper ogrodowy
Endro
Mărar
Укроп
मिश्रेयसस्यम्
Kopar (začin)
Dill
Anethum graveolens
Kôpor voňavý
Navadni koper
Kopra
Dill
Bizari
சதகுப்பி
Dere otu
Кріп
شِبِت
Anethum graveolens
Anet
蒔蘿
Anethum graveolens
Anethum graveolens
Llysiau'r gwewyr
Dille
እንስላል
شبت
Anethum graveolens
ایلی شویود
İyli şüyüd
Kraps
Укроп
Кроп
Kopar
Anet
Anethum graveolens
Dil
Kopr vonný
Llysiau'r gwewyr
Dild
Dill (Pflanze)
Dill
Aneto
Anethum graveolens
Aedtill
Ezamihilu
شوید
Tilli
Aneth
Lus mín
Aneto
Kopar (biljna vrsta)
Lanni
Kapor (növényfaj)
Adas sowa
Нарсий аьрхI
Aneto
Dill
Anethum graveolens
Аскөк

Anethum
Гъаран
Krapas
Dilles
ചതകുപ്പ
Adas manis
စမြိတ်ပင်
Dille
Dill
Dill
Dill
ਸੋਏ
Anéte (Plante)
Koper ogrodowy
Endro
Mărar
Укроп
मिश्रेयसस्यम्
Kopar (začin)
Dill
Anethum graveolens
Kôpor voňavý
Navadni koper
Kopra
Dill
Bizari
சதகுப்பி
Dere otu
Кріп
شِبِت
Anethum graveolens
Anet
蒔蘿
Anethum graveolens
Anethum graveolens
Dille

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Anethum graveolens Yellows
Description

Erect, annual, blue-green, glabrous herb, up to 1.5 m tall, taproot up to 12 mm in diameter, all parts strongly smelling (herbaceous) especially after crushing. Stem subterete, up to 12 mm in diameter, much branched, sulcate, internodes often hollow. Leaves alternate, decompound, sheathed, sheath forming an open cone, embracing the stem at base, 1-3(-5) cm long, sulcate, petiole subterete, equally long or up to 13 cm longer than the sheath, lower leaves usually rather long petiolate, higher ones almost without petiole, blade triangular to ovate in outline, up to 30 cm x 50 cm, usually much smaller, pinnately divided into 2-6 pairs or whorls of primary pinnae and one top-pinna, each pinna again pinnately divided 2-4 times into linear or filiform, acute lobes of 1-60 mm x 0.1-1 mm. Inflorescence a compound umbel, 4-16 cm in diameter, peduncle up to 30 cm long, bracts and bracteoles usually absent, primary rays 5-35 per umbel, 1-10 cm long, unequal in length, longest ones at the outside of the umbel, secondary rays 3-35 per umbellet, 1-15 mm long, flowers bisexual, actinomorphic, some central ones often remaining rudimentary, protandrous (usually the styles and stigmas becoming fully developed after shedding of the corolla and stamens), calyx vestigial, sometimes 5 small teeth present on top of ovary, petals 5, distinct, subovate in outline, up to 1.5 mm x 1 mm, top strongly inflexed and notched, yellow, stamens 5, filaments about 1.5 mm long, yellow, pistil with inferior, bilocular ovary and a fleshy, conical stylopodium bearing 2 spreading styles about 0.5 mm long. Fruit a lens-shaped schizocarp, 2.5-6 mm x 2-4 mm, light or dark brown with a whitish to pale brown margin, splitting at maturity into 2 one-seeded mericarps which are attached at their top to an erect thin carpophore, mericarp flat, usually with 3 longitudinal prominent ridges and 2 flat, wing-like commissural ridges, on the commissural side, usually 2 dark brown longitudinal vittae, and on the dorsal side, between each 2 ridges, one vitta, the fruits are crowned by the persistent stylopodium and styles. Seed with testa adnate to the mericarp. Seedling with epigeal germination, hypocotyl 5-25 mm long, cotyledons opposite, linear, 15-50 mm x 1-2 mm, entire.


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