Harvest practices: Sevillano olive growers may affect yields and returns by management
Gordon R. Sitton, University of California
California Agriculture 7(9):4-5. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v007n09p4.
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Careful timing of the picking of Sevillano olives—and prompt handling after picking—may increase returns to growers by amounts greater than the harvesting costs.
Gordon R. Sitton is Lecturer in Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis.
This article is based on the more detailed report, “Economic Factors in Picking, Assembling, and Grading Sevillano Olives,” Giannini Mimeograph Report No. 155 by Gordon R. Sitton and L. L. Sammet.