Olive (Olea europaea)
Olive tree tolerates a wide climatic range, growing well in temperate or tropical climates. Frost, however, detracts fructification.
It resists drastic pruning, regenerating easily. In productive orchards it is important to prune, cleaning and renewing foliage, thus increasing productivity and improving harvesting.
It is easily multiplied by semi hardwood cuttings, preferably with no leaves, rooted in late summer. It can also be reproduced by air layering, grafting and seeds.
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