BEGINNING OF THE CAMPAIGN

Pruning

FEBRUARY

When the frost ends.

Thinning to prepare the windows of the tree through which the essential light for the harvest of the campaign will pass.

The rest of the pruning is reversed over the litters, forming an organic cover that, among other things, retains moisture.

THE SPROUTING

MARCH

March begins to wake up to the olive tree, after the cold of February, spring begins.
Solid fertilizer
The buds are preparing to become sprouts.
Vegetative shoots, which will develop within the year.

or reproductive buds, floral induction, remain dormant until the following spring.

PRE-BLOOMING HEMP

APRIL

Reproductive shoots prepare to fructify
Hemp seed development

Fly traps and prays

The olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) is considered one of the main infestations of the olive grove.
Its incidence is high, although often irregular depending on the area, and it can cause damage of different types:
· Decrease in olive production
· Decrease in oil quality
· Treatments by patch

BLOOMING

MAY

Flowering begins in the month of flowers

Fruit set

FRUIT

JUNE

Fertilizer for fertigation irrigation

Bone hardening

SUMMER LETHARGY

JULY AND AUGUST

On-demand irrigation is maintained.

PULP/OIL

SEPTEMBER

Fertilizer for fertigation irrigation

VERAISON

Claramunt Harvest

Principle of veraison: green tree

1st / 2nd week of October: Variety Frantoio
2nd / 3rd week of October: Arbequino variety
3rd / 4th week of October: Koroneiki variety
4th week of October / 1st week of November: Picual variety

Cortijo la Monja Harvest

Veraison: Green / Purple Tree

2nd week of November / 4th week of November

AUTUMN MATURATION

Nuestro Harvest

Ripe: Black Tree
4th week of November / beginning of December

REST/COLD

DECEMBER/FEBRUARY

END OF CAMPAIGN

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