Cultivation

Manure integration
Manure integration

The production of Seven Olea follows the model of organic cultivation. This particular picture depicts the integration of manure in our orchard in Arkalochori, Heraklion of Crete, Hellas. 

Compost integration
Compost integration

We make compost from plants and other environmentally friendly materials such as olive oil branches. As a result, we create a compound mixture of compost that is integrated annually in our orchard.

Zeolite integration
Zeolite integration

In order to improve the quality of our olive oil, there has been zeolite integration around the trees. Thus, we manage to retain moisture, effective microorganisms and nutritious matter.

Sack used to collect the crop
Sack used to collect the crop

These sacks protect the crop from extreme weather conditions and preserves the high quality of our organic olive oil. 

Shattering branches to make compost
Shattering branches to make compost

We produce high quality olive oil with medical characteristics and that's why we shatter our branches. We use them to create our compost in a few months. This soil full of nutritious ingredients is used to fertilize our olive trees.  

Effective microorganisms
Effective microorganisms

We produce for our orchard effective microorganisms and we spray our soil and the olive oil trees. In that way, we improve the quality of our olive oil and secure our crop from the harmful insects that could harm our product. As a result, we deliver to our customers the Seven Olea olive oil of premium taste, flavor and colour.  

Olive Oil Storage
Olive Oil Storage

Our goal is to preserve the premium quality of our organic olive oil after the production. For this reason, we store our product in stainless tanks providing our customers the taste, colour and flavor they always wanted.