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Here's the identity card of your plant!

 Olive tree – Cultivar Dritta

The following purchase includes:

  1. apposition of the chosen name on the selected Olive tree
  2. certificate of adoption in pdf format to print and deliver by hand or send to the person to whom the adoption is dedicated
  3. informative emails during the year in order to follow the tree’s changes due to time and seasons, along with photos showing from the first buds to the fruit
  4. three 0,75l bottles of Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, blended with cultivar Leccino, at the end of the agricultural cycle
  5. Zero impact for the planet by producing zero net emissions in one year. Part of our revenues is invested to support and finance certified environmental protection projects that have the sole purpose of capturing CO2.

In this way you become a digital farmer, you learn about the agricultural world and become attached to the plant you follow; an olive tree witness to the history of years and years that has characterized a territory and given its fruits to many generations. Furthermore, something good is done for nature. 

Name
Type
Olive - Olivo cultivar Dritta
Location
Abruzzo
Farm
Azienda Agricola Forcella
Ripening period
October/November
Characteristics
This is a vigorous olive tree and it is very popular olive because it produces a good quantity of high quality olives. It has narrow leaves of dark green colour in the upper part and silver in the lower one. The extra virgin olive oil coming from this plant, combined with Leccino, is suitable for various types of dishes and very good used raw. Hints of freshly mown grass and sweet almond
Olivo Olive trees
€ 175,00
BEGREENTELLIGENT Srl ha partecipato al Programma operativo regionale (POR) del Fondo europeo di sviluppo regionale (Fesr) 2014-2020 con il progetto BEGREENTELLIGENT EXPERIENCE co-finanziato dal Microcredito e dal Bando "Sostegno alla creazione di start-up innovative"
Porcreo
Adozioni temporaneamente sospese
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