CALENZANO, ITALY - 24 NOVEMBER 2014: Withered olives with holes caused by the Bactrocera oleae, an olive fruit fly that this year ravaged his crop, are left an olive tree in Federico Dufour's property in Calenzano, 20 kilometers north of Florence, Italy, on November 24th 2014.
The olive harvest was practically non-existent this fall in Calenzano because of the Bactrocera oleae, an olive fruit fly that this year ravaged entire olive crops. Italy’s Institute of Services for Agriculture and Food Market, or ISMEA, calculated that olive oil production fell on average by 35 percent from 302,000 tons from 463,000 the previous year.
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