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Olive Oil Apocalypse


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All around, the old olive trees that covered the red clay were either dead or in an advanced state of decay, filling the landscape with an unnatural greyness. Melcarne was not surprised: At least 2 million olive trees in Pulia looked this way , including many of his own.

 

The Farmer Trying to Save Italy’s Ancient Olive Trees

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Thank you. I found it fascinating. However, I was almost put off when I read about an extra virgin olive oil farm.  it was hard to picture all those bottles hanging from tree branches. 
 

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