In Puente Genil (Cradoba) a clear sign welcomes you: “We are uprooting the olive fields.” The region is experiencing a critical moment of restructuring and is struggling to find daily wage workers: “everyone wants to be in office from eight to three”.
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Olives are already sprouting on the branches, they are now the size of peas. Those that are green will keep walking, but others, the dark ones, will not prosper, they will fall to the ground before they are mature. “The olive tree is very clever,” says the farmer
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