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17:30

LifeStyle

"Insects will be the food of the future"

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...is used with all controls and guarantees. So far there has been no problem and it can mean the difference between harvest or famine. This technology is saving thousands of lives in the field of medicine as it is used in the production of insulin. With

21:24

LifeStyle

A guiri's guide to extra virgin olive oil

Jennie Rhodes

...government, the Junta de Andalucía, the rainy spring, combined with summer temperatures remaining relatively low, mean that the 2018-2019 harvest is expected to result in a 6.7 per cent increase on 2017-2018 and be 20 per cent higher than the average over the ... while at first the idea of picking their own olives seemed "very romantic" he and his family soon learned that it was "really hard work", so while they still do a lot of it on their own, they also employ two local men to help them during the harvest

20:10

Local

The olive industry needs workers

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...find anyone to pick the olives during this latest harvest and it has become a major problem for many, especially those with small farms. Many are now offering higher wages in order to ensure their harvest gets picked. "Not even in the years of the ... be a good olive harvest this year, in Spain and abroad. This increase in supply is making many people think that the price of oil will go down, so they wanted to harvest the olives early," he says. This has led to a shortage of experienced pickers in ... many places in Andalucía, but Bellido hopes things will improve once the earliest harvesting has been completed and the teams are free to work elsewhere. Hard work and you need to be fit Mechanisation of the olive harvest has marked a before and

13:17

Interesting animal behaviour

PETER HARRISON

Lee came up with a solution and captured thirty geckos which relished the harvest of insects. That was in 2010 and when we were in New Zealand recently the insect problem had been resolved. Some people in Spain keep pet geckos to keep insects down.

10:39

LifeStyle

Malaga university produces its own olive oil

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The initiative to make use of the olives on the trees growing on the Teatinos campus of Malaga University resulted in a harvest of 275 kilogrammes collected by the students and teachers. It was turned into 42 litres of 'Aceite UMA' at the Ayala

13:12

Local

Coín dresses all in orange once again

Fernando Torres

Coín held its annual 'Fiesta de la Naranja' last Sunday. Besides celebrating the town's orange harvest, there was also plenty of opportunity to taste other local produce, such as bread, cured sausages, pastries and dishes with oranges in of

13:10

What to do

Coín celebrates the orange harvest

Tony Bryant

...coincides with the harvest of the local oranges. This popular festival is the best time to taste drinks, savoury dishes and desserts made with the famous oranges of Coín. The event serves to promote tourism in the town, highlighting local gastronomy,

13:14

LifeStyle

Ten unusual products from Malaga province

JAVIER ALMELLONES / DENISE BUSH

(acebuche). Aceites Mudéjar produce just 400 litres of this oil every year as it is difficult to find and harvest the olives, resulting in an oil that has higher nutritional properties than extra virgin olive oil and a higher price too.

12:06

Local

Top local speciality olive oil maker starts selling in Middle East

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...that way, some 50 per cent of the production. The producer, which is owned by a Swiss company, is run by agricultural engineer Víctor Pérez and grows its olive crop on some 33,000 trees. The harvest is normally in October finishing a month later,

11:00

LifeStyle

Learning about the area's 'liquid gold' in English

Jennie Rhodes

Riogordo's ethnographic museum where an explanation of the different varieties of olives that are grown in the region, as well as when the olive harvest takes place, was given in English by Alfredo Ribero, Director of Labsur - where olive oil from the area is