Rajasthan’s olive dream: A special report

The Olive trees started bearing flowers and fruits in 2012, a year or two after they should have done so. Of the seven varieties planted on 182 hectare (ha), only three have yielded fruits, that too very little. The total production was only 10 tonnes and the oil yield was a mere 9-14 per cent of the olive production. This is what three-year-old trees yield the world over.

2013-08-12T08:47:33+00:00August 12th, 2013|Agriculture|0 Comments
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