Oliana

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OLIANA

 

ARBEQUINA x ARBOSANA (Obt.1998)

 

“Variety very interesting due to its very low vigor and growing habit, very adapted to total mechanization. The highlights are: early entry into production and high productivity. The oil is fruity, medium, light in bitterness and spicy, well adapted to the high consumption market.”

 

CHARACTERIZATION 

  •  Early entry into production.

     

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    •  2º leaf > 1 kg olives/tree
    •  3º leaf> 5 kg olive/tree
  •   Compact growing habit.

     

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    •  Less cost in pruning
  • Low vigor.

     

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    • 20-40 % less than Arbequina
    • Reduction in the planting distances: 3,5 x 1m.
  • Fruit's size similar to Arbequina.

     

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    • Weight 1.3 – 1.9 gr.
  • Ripening time medium:

     

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    • Between Arbequina and Arbosana
  • Good oil yield:

     

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    • 14 to 21% oil - 40 to 47% oil in dry matter IM: 1.5 – 2.8
  • Very high productivity, without alternance
  • Medium tolerance to Peacook spot (Spilocaea oleagina).

CATA 

  • Af 4 - Am 2.5 - Pi 3
  • Sweet oil
  • Dry fruit and almond