The olive tree (Olea europaea L., 1753) is a fruit tree which is presumed to be native to Asia Minor and Syria, because in this region the spontaneous wild olive tree is very common, forming real forests on the southern coast of Asia Minor.

Due to its bitter taste because of the content in freshly harvested polyphenols, the use of olives as fruits in the diet, however, requires specific treatments aimed at deamarication (reduction of bitter principles), made with various methods.

Find out all the indications of use of the Wood Distillate for this cultivation: