21 Apr

Eşek olive is a type of olive specific to the Kalamata region in southern Greece. In our country, this type is known by names such as Eşek, Palamut, Kalamata, Teke, Çelebi olives. The feature of olives is that the fruits are very large and hard. Its oil rate is 20%. It is an olive resistant to waiting and is also consumed for table. It takes its place on the table as green, pickled or scratched green olives. It can be grown in climates other than terrestrial. Our company provides high quality saplings to its customers in the production of e Eşek olive saplings that require special attention as well as other olive types.

What you need to know about the Eşek olive sapling

The most suitable climate for Eşek olive production is known as the Mediterranean climate. In this climate, the annual average rainfall is between 400-800 mm. This humidity rate is very suitable for olive cultivation. Although it is not very selective, the soil preferred by the sapling is generally calcareous and sandy soil type. Olive farming intensively Aydin, Balikesir, Mugla Antalya, Mersin, Adana, Gaziantep, Turkey’s territory for lack of selectivity, especially Şanlıurfa has spread to many regions. The gardens established in these regions are created based on the 6×6 or 7×7 principle as the planting interval. Irrigation of the saplings planted at these intervals, if possible, is important in terms of the quality and efficiency of the olive. Otherwise, it doesn’t want much water. Product and oil quality will increase when irrigation is done before flowering and when the fruit is formed and during the fruit’s color change period. In addition, pruning periods of the sapling are also important. In order to maximize the yield of the tree, crop pruning is done, shape pruning in the 3rd year after the sapling is planted, and rejuvenation pruning when the tree gets older.

We would like to convey that we will provide technical support while offering our saplings that we grow under suitable conditions with our technical knowledge and experience to increase yield and quality.