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18:19

LifeStyle

Winemakers in the trenches

A. J. LINN

The year 2017 was not good for winemakers. The European grape harvest was poor because of drought conditions, and forest fires in Napa and Galicia left bodegas and vineyards nothing more than charred ruins. In both places there are wine producers

11:02

LifeStyle

The blue supermoon

KEN CAMPBELL

...given a name such as the Harvest Moon and Hunter's Moon for example. But as the period between full moons is about 29.5 days then it is possible for a month to have two full moons. This extra full moon is called a Blue Moon. The last full moon occurred

11:38

LifeStyle

Looking forward to a year of foodie festivals

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Periana First or second week in April Día del Aceite Verdial Periana is strongly linked to the olive oil industry, especially to the oil produced from the 'verdial' variety of olive. At the end of the olive harvest the town celebrates with a festival ... opportunity to try the local dish of snails cooked in stock. Alfarnate 16 and 17 June Día de la Cereza When the cherry harvest is coming to the end, Alfarnate celebrates a gastronomic festival promoting the fruit. Alfarnatejo 4 August Día del ... gastronomic festival dedicated to the local chestnuts and wine. Pujerra 2 - 4 November Fiesta de la Castaña Pujerra is one of the biggest producers of chestnuts in Andalucía and the annual harvest is celebrated with a traditional 'tostón' (toasting).

15:30

Opinion

Tradition

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...machinery. With wonderful synchronicity on the very same day, Riogordo was hosting a rural feria where the grain harvest was also being threshed the old way, using a wooden board pulled in circles by a mule over the laid out crop. Ancient traditions we all

10:56

LifeStyle

Dry and hot autumn stunts mushroom growth

SUSANA ZAMORA

...already reached the end of their season”, explains Rafael Picón, president of the Portugalete Mycological Society. In spite of everything, experts believe that when the season ends, sometime in spring, the mushroom harvest should be similar to that of ... boletus and amanita Caesar's harvest but, if it rains, we could salvage the situation with other species”, indicated the president of the mycological society in Cadiz.

13:49

Local

The return of an olive oil tradition

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

If you fancy producing your own olive oil, you don't have to own a mill. You can just take your annual olive harvest, or part of it, to a factory for processing and then return home with your very own oil a few hours later. Actually, this is nothing ... their olives again, something they had given up. In fact, more and more people are now expressing a desire to produce oil from their own olives, but for their own consumption, not to sell. “Some years when the olive harvest has been particularly good ... something positive for a good extra virgin olive oil,” says Adrián. Most of the mills in Malaga province have not yet begun pressing olives. Finca La Torre, which is the first to start, celebrated its first day of harvest on Wednesday this week. This mill,

17:40

Local

Olive production in Andalucía could be 10 per cent lower next year

SUR

Food cooperatives in Andalucía are expecting the 2017-2018 olive harvest to be at least 10 per cent lower than that of the previous season, during which 1,052,054 tonnes have been collected in Andalucía and 1,282,028 in the country as a whole. A ... next season's harvest could be 20 per cent lower than the 503,538 tonnes collected this year. Cordoba is expected to produce about 270,000 tonnes again, and in Granada there could be 25 to 30 per cent less compared with the 108,557 tonnes this year. In ... Seville, a reduction of only five per cent is expected compared with the 96,295 tonnes this season. Finally, if the forecasts are correct, Malaga will harvest 30 per cent more olives than the 46,836 tonnes picked this year.

12:25

LifeStyle

Wild Rhea

Denise Bush

...on the branches and are difficult to harvest as they tend to disintegrate easily when ripe. They are very colourful and will stay on the shrub for a long period unless eaten by birds. The fruits of Wild Rhea are used to flavour dishes and also in

11:19

LifeStyle

Harvest moon(s)

Ken Campbell

Usually the full moon that occurs closest to the Autumn Equinox is christened the Harvest Moon. For the first time in many years we have two full moons that can claim the title, as the last full moon occurred on 6 September and so both are more or less ... equal distance from the equinox that occurred on 21 September. The Harvest Moon usually rises a little earlier than other full moons simply because it is so close to the equinox when the earth has 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night. This early ... rising traditionally helped farmers with extra light so that they could continue gathering crops later into the evening. The Harvest Moon usually appears a red or orange in colour as it rises. This has nothing to do with the moon itself, it is because

13:49

Local

Thieves caught with 223 kilos of fruit as mango harvest season gets underway across Malaga province

Agustín Peláez

As the mango harvest gets underway across Malaga and Granada provinces, four youths have already been caught stealing the exotic fruit from farms in the village of Benamargosa in the Axarquía. Two people were stopped by police officers while driving ... recent years. According to Asaja, more than 20,000 tonnes of the fruit are expected to be picked this season, slightly exceeding 2016’s harvest, bringing around 25 million euros into the area. In Malaga the average price for a kilo of mangoes at this