Olive Harvesting and Processing

Olive Harvesting and Processing

The interaction between technology and nature is exciting as long as it does not harm nature. Great as always. hey were huge beautiful trees, but I’d never recommend them to anyone for landscaping, they were messy year round. When we first bought the home (it was new to us) we had white wood fencing around […]

The interaction between technology and nature is exciting as long as it does not harm nature. Great as always.

hey were huge beautiful trees, but I’d never recommend them to anyone for landscaping, they were messy year round.

When we first bought the home (it was new to us) we had white wood fencing around the front, birds would come over,
eat olives for lunch, come back a bit later and sit on the fence pooping, leaving purple streaks on the fence,

After a few years we painted the fence brown, then the birds stopped by for lunch, stopped by later to sit on the fence and poop white streaks on the brown fence.

The trees were either producing enough pollen to last all the bees in our valley for a lifetime, after the pollen came more than 88trillion tiny flowers, not long after that came the same amount of baby olives.

Beautiful trees though. Sadly because of the drought in California, two had already died and the third looked like it was barely hanging on.

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