13 Jul

Olive water study in Australia

A rural Industries Research Development Corporation study has shown that olive growers can reduce their irrigation without sacrificing yield.

The study also suggests the characteristics of the olives are not affected by reducing water volumes.

The study, Olive Crop Management for Optimal Sensory and Chemical Quality Project, was carried out over four years at a large property near Yarrawonga in Victoria.

The project’s chief investigator, NSW DPI scientist Dr Rodney Mailer, said the outcomes indicated that growers were applying more water than they needed to achieve a satisfactory crop.

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2 Responses to “Olive water study in Australia”

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  2. AZIZ Says:

    please.need to know the benefit of olive water (olive water juice)is it realy has a good effect to health ie. blood pressure,cholosrol, diabetes?
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    AZIZ

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