The olive tree is one of the oldest in the world and most used for the consumption of its olives and for the production of olive oil.

Spain produces 30% of the world’s olive oil production and it is a tree that can be produced in many parts of the world and in different types of terrain, the only thing that affects it a little is low temperatures winter temperatures but the rest its cultivation and harvest are very simple.

If you want to have this wonderful fruit at home, you can do it with the different  techniques and tips that we will be suggesting later so that you can have this benefit at home and available.

It should be noted that olive oil has large amounts of vitamin E and A, being one of the most recommended by doctors. When people have high cholesterol problems. Its consumption in salads and in different recipes plays a fundamental role in our body, its consumption being practically necessary.

This oil helps reduce bad cholesterol, which circulates through the blood and our veins. It should be noted that it is also widely used in the cosmetic industry to make sunscreens for the skin, which are very expensive. That is why if we learn to plant and cultivate the olive tree, we will be saving a good amount of euros that we can later invest in other things.

Its olives are green at first and later when they ripen they turn into a bluish-black color. It can be sown by seed or it can be sown by cuttings. At present, the most used technique is by cuttings that are taken from the largest and most leafy tree in the olive groves, to take the best gene and develop maximum production.

This tree and its branches symbolize peace, the seal of the UN. It has several branches that symbolize peace. On the other hand, in the Bible the Lord Jesus, I take him as an example when he spoke of the two types of olive trees, the normal one and the grafted  one, referring to his chosen people. Since at this time in Israel a lot of olive oil was produced and they had large fields of olive trees.

Currently in Spain, the olive tree is also widely marketed, to season different recipes  and that give a unique flavor to meals. Whether they are green or ripe, their flavor is special and can never be lacking in the stews of your best dishes.

That is why if you have eaten and tasted olives and you really like their flavor, this article is perfect for you to start planting this tree in your house or in any nearby land. So that you have this benefit without fertilizers and without industrial chemical products, which are always obtained and added in the large olive groves.

The olive tree, like any plant, needs a good fertilizer or smoke, so that its fruits are large and good. Also of certain care and recommendations for your harvest. On the other hand, olive trees have a great variety of plants and fruits that adapt to different climates. But in our house we can make small garden or simply plant it in large pots  and have them at home in any corner, that will give it a little sun.

The important thing is that you encourage yourself and follow our recommendations so that you can enjoy bringing this important tree to life. And you can, why not, share this information with your friends and family. They will surely enjoy it a lot and learn to have an olive tree planted at home.

In another order of ideas, if you ever have an accident and suffer a first or third degree burn, if you put a little olive oil with a cotton pad and very carefully, the pain will be relieved and your burn will heal much more. Faster than normal, this remedy was used since ancient times and also to heal deep cut wounds.

Below we will give you the best tips, so you can plant your olive tree and its best time of year to do it.

Instructions for and when to plant an Olive Tree

  1. The first thing is that you get some stakes or branches from an olive tree; we recommend that you take the stakes from the largest and most leafy tree in the olive grove.
  2. Take a piece of land or earth and start digging a not very deep hole.
  3. In that whole you are going to add banana shells, vegetable waste, and fruit waste.  You can also add the coffee grounds and the egg shells.
  4. This has to be done at least 8 months before, planting the olive stakes so that it is a soil with many nutrients and your tree grows very strong and fast.
  5. After this place the stakes with a separation of 1 square meter.
  6. We recommend that you install drip irrigation it, so that the soil stays moist.
  7. You are going to bury the stake 5 centimeters under the sand and 20 centimeters outside so that its roots begin to sprout, which will generally be around 3 months.
  8. After 15 months it will begin to bear fruit and around 18 months you will be harvesting green olives. But if it is your taste or preference, you can leave them for 2 more months so that they mature and become blacker and darker.

What do you need for and when to plant an Olive Tree?

  • Fruit and vegetable waste.
  • Banana shells.
  • Egg shell.
  • A shovel
  • Stakes from an olive tree.
  • Drip irrigation system.

Tips for and when to plant an Olive Tree

  1. Olive trees are very sensitive to low temperatures and especially in the first months when the roots begin to grow, therefore, we recommend that you place a thermometer. To control the levels of cold, at different times of the night, which is when the temperature drops the most?
  2. If the temperatures are very low, you should place incandescent lamps and regulate the night temperatures so that they remain at about 25 degrees Celsius, you can also use flowering lamps, but with their environmental thermostats so that they turn on and off automatically.
  3. It should be noted that the best time to plant olive cuttings is in the beginning of summer.
  4. You can also buy organic or worm compost at the market, which is very good for this type of crop and comes ready to use.
  5. The drip irrigation system can be done with a large water tank and a couple of meters of hoses.
  6. It is recommended that you add a few drops of anti-chlorine to the water tank for irrigation. Since the water that comes through the network has large amounts of chlorine. Or try to take the water that falls from the rain to fill this tank, since rainwater is the best.
  7. Cannot be irrigated with a lot of water, because if this happens the roots can be damaged and the olive tree will not grow.
  8. On the other hand, this tree can also be planted in large pots and placed inside the house, but in a place where sunlight hits it, which is one of its main sources of life.
  9. In the pot you have to place a mixture of organic fertilizer and the other half of sand, of course very well mixed so that the plant has everything it needs to grow and develop.
  10. Remember that the pot has to have some small holes at the bottom so that the excess water falls due to the force of gravity.

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