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Identification of Farmers’ Barriers to Implement Sustainable Management Practices in Olive Groves

Parra, G., Garcia-Lopez, L.J., Piqueras, J.A., García, R.     

Sustainability (Switzerland)

Volume 14(11), 2022, 6451

Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Destoned Fruits to Improve the Quality of the Oil and Environmental Sustainability

Frangipane, M.T., Cecchini, M., Massantini, R., Monarca, D.       


Volume 11(10), 2022, 1479

The role of cover crops in the loss of protected and non-protected soil organic carbon fractions due to water erosion in a Mediterranean olive grove

López-Vicente, M., Gómez, J.A., Guzmán, G., Calero, J., García-Ruiz, R.  

Soil and Tillage Research

Volume 213, 2021, 105119

Ant community potential for pest control in olive groves: Management and landscape effects

Martínez-Núñez, C.; Rey, Pedro J.; Salido, Teresa; Manzaneda, Antonio J.; Camacho, Francisco M.; Isla, Jorge

Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment

Volume 305, 2021, 107185

Cover crop management and water conservation in vineyard and olive orchards

Novara, A., Cerda, A., Barone, E., Gristina, L.      

Soil and Tillage Research

Volume 208, 2021, 104896

Is new olive farming sustainable? A spatial comparison of productive and environmental performances between traditional and new olive orchards with the model OliveCan

Mairech, H., López-Bernal, Á., Moriondo, M., (…), Villalobos, F.J., Testi, L.           

Agricultural Systems

Volume 181, 2020, 102816

Machine performance and HOG fuel quality evaluation in olive tree pruning harvesting conducted using a towed shredder on flat and hilly fields

Suardi, A., Latterini, F., Alfano, V., Palmieri N., Bergonzoli S., Karampinis E., Kougioumtzis M.A and Pari L.


Volume 13(7), 2020, 1713

Harvesting system sustainability in Mediterranean olive cultivation

Bernardi, B., Falcone, G., Stillitano, T., (…), Bacenetti, J., De Luca, A.I.    

Science of the Total Environment

Volume 625, 2018, pp. 1446-1458

Ground beetles in mediterranean olive agroecosystems: Their significance and functional role as bioindicators (Coleoptera, Carabidae)

Roberto Pizzolotto, Antonio Mazzei, Teresa Bonacci, Stefano Scalercio, Nino Iannotta and  Pietro Brandmayr.


Volume 13(3), 2018, e0194551

Soil loss in an olive grove in Central Spain under cover crops and tillage treatments, and farmer perceptions

Sastre, B., Barbero-Sierra, C., Bienes, R., Marques, M.J., García-Díaz, A. 

Journal of Soils and Sediments

Volume 17(3), 2017 pp. 873-888

Potential to map depth-specific soil organic matter content across an olive grove using quasi-2d and quasi-3d inversion of DUALEM-21 data

Huang, J., Pedrera-Parrilla, A., Vanderlinden, K., (…), Gómez, J.A., Triantafilis, J.


Volume 152, 2017, pp. 207-217

Forward selection for multiple resistance across the non-selective glyphosate, glufosinate and oxyfluorfen herbicides in Lolium weed species

Fernández, P., Alcántara, R., Osuna, M.D., Vila-Aiub, M.M., Prado, R.D. 

Pest Management Science

Volume 73(5), 2017, pp. 936-944

Sustainability and multifunctionality of protected designations of origin of olive oil in Spain

Egea, P., Pérez y Pérez, L.           

Land Use Policy

Volume 58, 2016, pp. 264-275

Soil properties in organic olive orchards following different weed management in a rolling landscape of Andalusia, Spain

Soriano, M.-A., Álvarez, S., Landa, B.B., Gómez, J.A.        

Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems

Volume 29(1), 2014, pp. 83-91

Growth and yields of 'Arbequina' high-density planting systems in three different olive growing areas in Italy

Tiziano Caruso, G. Campisi, Francesco P Marra, Salvatore Camposeo, G.A. Vivaldi,Primo Proietti and L. Nasini

Acta Horticulturae

Volume 1057, 2014, pp. 341-348

Farmers’ views on the future of olive farming in Andalusia, Spain

Francisco José Areal, Laura Riesgo

Land Use Policy

Volume 36, 2014, pp. 543-553

Sustainability and environmental assessment of fertigation in an intensive olive grove under Mediterranean conditions

Cameira, M.R., Pereira, A., Ahuja, L., Ma, L.        

Agricultural Water Management

Volume 146, 2014, pp. 346-360

Guidelines for Constructing Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Balances in Historical Agricultural Systems

Garcia-Ruiz, M. González de Molina, G. Guzmán, D. Soto and J. Infante-Amate

Journal of Sustainable Agriculture

Volume 36(6), 2012, pp. 650-682

Innovative olive-growing models: An environmental and economic assessment

De Gennaro, B., Notarnicola, B., Roselli, L., Tassielli, G.

Journal of Cleaner Production

Volume 28, 2012, pp. 70-80

Impacts of irrigation network sectoring as an energy saving measure on olive grove production

Navarro Navajas, J.M., Montesinos, P., Poyato, E.C., Rodríguez Díaz, J.A.

Journal of Environmental Management

Volume 111, 2012, pp. 1-9

The Compost of Olive Mill Pomace: From a Waste to a Resource - Environmental Benefits of Its Application in Olive Oil Groves

Beatriz Gómez-Muñoz, David J. Hatch, Roland Bol and Roberto García-Ruiz    

Sustainable Development

2012 pp 26

A comparison of energy use in conventional and organic olive oil production in Spain

Guzmán, G.I., Alonso, A.M.      

Agricultural Systems

Volume 98(3), 2008, pp. 167-176

Olive groves: "The life and identity of the Mediterranean"

Loumou, A., Giourga, C.      

Agriculture and Human Values

Volume 20(1), 2003, pp. 87-95


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