Thanks for sharing!
Dill should be harvested within 8 weeks, as it is a fast-growing annual herb. For every plant pod, a suggested lasts up to date or harvesting time is given to achieve the best yield and highest level of nutrition. You can find it on the package or on the product page at clickandgrow.com.
Fortunately, I can’t see any pests or organic disease on your dill, only that the pod is assumingly aged in a smart garden and you may have slightly missed the best time to harvest. There isn’t much to suggest that you could do for the pod to improve it.
Though, blue shades on dill suggest that it might be a nutrition problem for this dill plant pod, as the leaves and stems are somewhat thinner compared to the healthy dill pod next to it. It means it might be a faulty pod (possible faulty fertilizer dosage) and possibly should be replaced for free, please consult with the support team.