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A growers and agribusiness
with a comprehensive
over view of the South Australian
olive industry will be held in
Adelaide this month.
Hosted by Olives South
Australia, Australian Olive
Association and Bovalina Olive
Oil, the program will involve
specialist interstate and local
Topics to be covered will
include olive growing and har-
vesting, disease treatments, oil
handling, table olive standards,
codes of practice, industry trends
and future marketing directions.
There will also be har vesting
and in-grove equipment/product
demonstrations and displays.
Demand for the Olive Field Day
has increased since the last event,
in 2008, and the organisers have
made space available for a range
of exhibitors and suppliers show-
casing their products, techniques,
processes and expertise.
Entry is free and coffee and
lunch will be available for pur-
The field day will be held at
Bovalina Olive Oil Group, 41
Robert Road, Penfield Gardens,
on Thursday, March 22.
The committee has invited all
olive growers, producers and
interested people to attend.
Registration will start at 9am
(for a 9.45am start) and con-
clude at 4 pm.
The event will provide a greater
insight into current olive industr y
looking for ward to a ver y
ful day with excellent a
AOA will also be holdi
day olive oil processingw
at the same location befo
field day on March 20-21.
Pablo Canamasas, one of
world's most knowledgeab
experts in olive oil production
and quality, will be running the
hands-on event and sharing his
Details: Olives SA - Anthony Papalia,
Bovalina Olive Oil Group, 08 8284 7559,
0419 804 068. Interested exhibitors
should contact George Atsalis 08 8351
promptly as stall sites are limited in
Additional information Richard Whiting
08 8293 5099, 0417 887 402 or rwhit-
AOA: 08 8573 6545 or
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