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Growing Varieties

In Las Marujitas’ country estate we count on the following varieties:

Arbequina: super intensive growing variety, with 1,200 plants per hectare. This variety was originated in Spain, in Cataluña area. It has an early productivity (3 years), and a high and constant yield. The arbequina is used for the oil production and it’s characterized by its fruit and spicy taste.

Changlot real: intensive growing variety, with 600 plants per hectare. It’s a Spanish variety, from Sierra de Enguera. It has a double purpose (oil and table). Its oil is characterized by the spicy and bitter taste with apple flavored notes.

We also count with growing of:

Arauco: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It is an emblematic Argentine variety, originated in La Rioja. Arauco is a table variety that is characterized by its outstanding yield, in the region’s arid climate.

Hojiblanca: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It’s a Spanish variety, from Andalucia’s area. Its fruit has a double purpose (oil and table). It bears an oil of outstanding quality.

American or Israeli Chamomile: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It’s considered one of the best types, to be consumed unripe.

Real Chamomile: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It’s a Spanish variety, from Sevilla’s area, and a very good quality fruit. It has a double purpose.

Coratina: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It’s an Italian variety, from Puglia region. It’s a double purpose fruit and has an excellent yield. This variety is very adaptable to the soil and the climate.

Picual: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. It’s a Spanish variety, represents the 50 % of the cultivation in Spain, and the 20% of the world. It bears extraordinary stability oil and a spicy and complex taste.

Maurino: intensive growing variety, at a rate of 500 plants per hectare. This variety is originated in the Italian Toscana. It’s used to make oil and has a hint of sweetness taste.