In the arid regions of Spain, where water is scarce and agriculture thrives, a remarkable irrigation system known as "acequias" has played a vital role for centuries. These ancient channels have proven to be an ingenious solution for ... Continue reading →
Conventional farming practices often result in soil degradation and environmental challenges. However, innovative approaches, such as implementing vegetal cover, offer promising solutions to enhance soil quality and promote ... Continue reading →
We recently shared by email, with the families who have adopted an olive tree with us, about how we've experienced a very strong drought that has even changed our character. And we have decided to also share through this medium some ... Continue reading →
My name is Amanda, I work at Naranjas del Carmen and today I had the opportunity to accompany Fede, team leader in the field at our farm El Carmen.
Note: the working hours vary depending on the season. As the summer is hot, to ... Continue reading →
What is Delottococcus aberiae or South African cotonet and how does it affect us? It is an insect that arrived from South Africa due to the lack of control of orange imports, and it is now causing damage to citrus fruits and economic ... Continue reading →
The cold freezes the inside of the orange and ends up drying it out. This damage is the most difficult to assess, as it cannot be seen from the outside. You only see it – or feel it, rather – when you eat the orange and find that it ... Continue reading →
Last summer, when we saw there was almost no honey in the cells of the beehives frames, we started fearing the worst. The amount of orange blossom honey harvest is a good indicator of the ... Continue reading →
"What drives us to leave the house and harvest the fruit is knowing that our customers are awaiting them now more than ever."
March 2020 will not be easy to erase from our memory. It was the month when Europe was locked in its ... Continue reading →
Behind our mask, there is a smile. The family of Naranjas del Carmen has proposed to promote during this time, three values in our personalities.
Solidarity, that makes us care as much about those around us as about or presis ... Continue reading →
On our farm we cultivate different orange varieties. Each of them has a determined harvest period and specific characteristics, such as size, form, quantity of juice, how to peel the fruit, quantity of white zest etc.
We always ... Continue reading →