Interoliva’s team at Dos Hermanas Festival.

Dos Hermanas’ Fair is an enormous tented city in which the entirety of Dos Hermanas camps for four days in more than one hundred striped “casetas” (party tents), endless strings of multicolored paper lanterns and brilliant lights hang amid a cacophony of live flamenco groups singing passionate local folk music (flamenco) accompanied by guitars, castanets…

The state of the art olive orchard

The need for a sustainable water use in agriculture has impelled the scientific community and INTEROLIVA to develop new methods for monitoring water stress. The three plant-based methods allow for non-destructive, automatic and continuous data recording and are easily implemented with data transmission systems for a nearly real time access to the collected records from a remote computer.