MARCHESI DI SAN GIULIANO

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THE MARCHESI DI SAN GIULIANO ESTATE

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate is located in Sicily between Catania and Siracusa. It covers 250 hectares, 50 of which are citrus fruit groves. The first orange trees were planted in the 19th Century and are still cultivated using organic techniques.

Our main crops are oranges, olives, avocados and mangoes, but we also grow lemons, red grapefruit, mandarins, ‘Nova’ clementines and bitter oranges. The bitter oranges are mainly used to make marmalade.

We have been officially organic since 1993, although we started using beneficial insects in 1990 to control harmful insects, long before this practice was widely used.

By using entirely organic fertilizers and beneficial insects, we are able to obtain healthier fruit than was possible in the past with the use of chemical treatments.

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THE MARCHESI DI SAN GIULIANO ESTATE

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate is located in Sicily between Catania and Siracusa. It covers 250 hectares, 50 of which are citrus fruit groves. The first orange trees were planted in the 19th Century and are still cultivated using organic techniques.

Our main crops are oranges, olives, avocados and mangoes, but we also grow lemons, red grapefruit, mandarins, ‘Nova’ clementines and bitter oranges. The bitter oranges are mainly used to make marmalade.

We have been officially organic since 1993, although we started using beneficial insects in 1990 to control harmful insects, long before this practice was widely used.

By using entirely organic fertilizers and beneficial insects, we are able to obtain healthier fruit than was possible in the past with the use of chemical treatments.

THE MARCHESI DI SAN GIULIANO ESTATE

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate is located in Sicily between Catania and Siracusa. It covers 250 hectares, 50 of which are citrus fruit groves. The first orange trees were planted in the 19th Century and are still cultivated using organic techniques.

Our main crops are oranges, olives, avocados and mangoes, but we also grow lemons, red grapefruit, mandarins, ‘Nova’ clementines and bitter oranges. The bitter oranges are mainly used to make marmalade.

We have been officially organic since 1993, although we started using beneficial insects in 1990 to control harmful insects, long before this practice was widely used.

By using entirely organic fertilizers and beneficial insects, we are able to obtain healthier fruit than was possible in the past with the use of chemical treatments.

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