A new pilot olive tree nursery project, designed to increase productivity and quality, has been approved by the Common Fund for Commodities in Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt. In each of these four countries, pilot olive nurseries will be established, with the aim to raise income and tree productivity of olive farmers in these regions, through improved olive propagation. It is hoped that this objective will be met through demonstration of modern techniques, training in nursery
THE NEXT VIRTUAL SESSION: MONDAY 28 AND WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE 2021
Madrid / 10.06.2021
The countdown to the next session of the Council of Members has begun. The 113th session will take place on Monday 28 and Wednesday 30 June 2021. Once again, the 113th session will take place entirely online. Despite the...
Happy world environment day
Madrid / 05.06.2021
Today we celebrate the World Environment Day. Is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. The International Olive Council joins in the challenge launched by the United...