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Olive oil is revolutionizing Argentine Patagonia’s desert region

In the middle of the Neuquén steppe, in Argentine Patagonia, a region of the Andes, where the wind blows constantly and the scarcity of rain is one of life's conditions, the olive tree is here to stay.

As Nadia Arias, a researcher at Conicet (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research), revealed in a study conducted for the Patagonian Biosciences Institute, it is not by chance that the region has begun to promote this plant of historical and nutritional value.

The expert indicates that the remarkable adaptability of this tree in environments with water scarcity and its resistance . . .

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