An olive, in addition to its main product, olive oil, has many other benefits. Let’s analyze them below.
Feed for our animals: During the pruning period, the tender tender branches are intended for feeding pets, such as sheep, goats and chickens.
Heat: At the same time, the larger branches are cut to the desired size and intended for the fireplace, wood stove or boiler, so that we can warm up in the cold season.
Soil rejuvenation: Thus, as we cut the branches, the so-called “by-products” are created. They are the very small pieces of wood that are created as we cut the wood. We leave them in the soil because they have the following properties: They give the soil useful ingredients such as nitrogen. They help cover the soil so that harmful and unwanted plants can not grow.