In the framework of its programme of activities for the first semester of 2016, at a project mid-term evaluation meeting with the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC), the project implementing agency (Tunisian Olive Tree Institute) and the collaborating centres (the National Institute of Agricultural Research of Morocco (INRA), the Technical Institute for Fruit Tree and Vine Growing of Algeria (ITAF), the Horticulture Research Institute of Egypt and the National Office for Olive Oil of Tunisia), the IOC assessed the state of progress of its project to create pilot nurseries.
Advanced course on olive growing and climate change
Madrid / 21.07.2021
The International Olive Council (IOC) and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ) have planned to organise an advanced course on Olive Growing and Climate Change from 27 September to 1 October 2021. Given...
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Madrid / 19.07.2021
The OHIS is the result by an agreement between the International Olive Council, the world’s only international intergovernmental organisation in the field of olive oil and table olives and the School of Medicine of...