Historical roots

The European olive heritage is emotional, historicized, landscape-like, emotional, it cannot distance itself from ethical principles and its historical roots, therefore innovation is aimed at optimizing the cultivation techniques of the existing heritage and new systems that respect the environment and man.

Integrated production


Fertilization plays an important role in olive tree cultivation, especially if you want to obtain abundant and quality production. The supply of nutritional elements depends mainly on the fertility of the soil, the nutritional needs of the plant, the dry matter produced and the cultivation technique, especially irrigation and land management.

Eco-sustainability of the system

The modernity of agriculture lies precisely in everyone’s awareness that in order to produce it is necessary to feed; the problem is how to ensure the right contributions to ensure both correct vegetative development and environmental protection. This is precisely in the eco-sustainability of the system and therefore we must talk about eco-sustainable agriculture, a practice that ensures the correct replenishment of what is consumed, without allowing easy impoverishment or reckless enrichment of the environment.

Correct vegetative development

With the practice of fertilization we intend to preserve or improve the natural fertility of the soil by restoring what has been removed from the crops during the production process, and integrating what is missing to guarantee correct vegetative development. It is very important for the olive tree the action of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, in optimal quantities.

It can be observed that, even for the olive tree, fertilization allows the production capacity of the plant to be preserved and improved, and also allows the production alternation of the plant to be reduced or limited.

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