Trattamento di un oliveto nelle campagne di Felline colpite dal Complesso del Disseccamento Rapido dell’Olivo (CoDiRO), la malattia che sta decimando gli ulivi del Salento, con l’applicazione di consorzi microbici per rigenerare il suolo.
Ultras appartenenti a diverse generazioni e gruppi Pugliesi si sono incontrati in un bar a Locorotondo per parlare di un nuovo libro di storie dal movimento ultras.
Extra-virgin olive oil production at the “Cima di Bitonto” Cooperative Oil Mill of Bitonto, a town south of Bari that has about 55 thousand inhabitants and more than one million and a half olive trees.
With modern machinery, a well-kept olive grove and the right attitude, three people can go a long way today’s olive oil sector. Antonio, Pasquale and Domenico definitely have plenty of attitude, and on this day they harvested more than 6,000 kg of olives, filling an entire truck while still being very nice to some photographer who showed up out of nowhere and could not stop asking questions.
Two brothers harvesting their olives in the countryside at the souther end of Salento, deep in the area affected by the “CoDiRO” outbreak, the disease commonly known as “Xylella” (after a plant bacteria that is one of its causes) that is affecting millions of olive trees and threatens to wipe out the area’s main production.