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Dill is easy to grow. Takes no special care. The very best for making pickles, beets, and fermenting. Dill is a light feeder, but it does best in a reasonably fertile, open soil with full sun. Southern gardeners can even grow it in partial shade.
Unless your soil lacks nutrients, Dill won’t require any supplemental feeding. But to maintain the general fertility of the soil, I run weak manure tea into my drip irrigation lines every two or three weeks. And after a heavy harvest of Dill, you will find a quick shot of manure tea helps the plants recover.
Good drainage is essential, a sandy loam soil is a great advantage. Heavier clay soils should be amended with lots of compost.
Grown for its leaves, Dill is usually in and out of the garden before it can attract pests. If the plant matures to the seed stage, it can be afflicted, although rarely, with tomato hornworm, aphids, or even carrot rust fly. Hornworms are big enough to be handpicked, although their camouflage makes them hard to find until your eyes get used to spotting their bulk amid the delicate ferny leaves of the dill. Plant garlic, marigold or mums in between the Dill and the pests will stay away.
Most vegetables, particularly cabbage and other cold crops, onions, and lettuce, enjoy the company of Dill.