Keeping an eye on the competition, we found these olive trees worth mentioning. In this area of the world are many orchards similar to this with rows of manicured trees towering to 2.5 meters. These trees are young (guessing under 20 years old) but we have seen similar orchards with older trees with thicker trunks but still kept short.
No farmers are around to ask why the trees are cultivated this way. Perhaps they are easier to maintain, protect from disease, and the fruit is easier to collect. Perhaps these olives are only for eating? We remind you that this is not in Greece!