This is how we like to see our farms, full of that bright orange colour so characteristic of the late clementines. Orange trees have been bearing excellent fruit for years thanks to various factors that we at Grupo Clasol take into account from the birth of the first seedlings. Good care during the whole […]
Report in Economía 3
On the 18th of October, Economía 3 published a full report on the development of GRUPO CLASOL and our future projects. In it our manager Cesar Claramonte explains the trajectory of the company, the keys to its evolution and how it will focus in the coming years. We are very excited about this new season […]
PYME 2022 CASTELLÓN AWARD
Two weeks ago we were awarded with the PYME 2022 CASTELLÓN AWARD, it was a very special day accompanied by nerves and a lot of illusion🥰 To be eligible for this award we had to meet certain parameters in several main categories that show the overall development of the company. Firstly, we had to have […]
TOP 500 LEADING SPANISH COMPANIES IN GROWTH 2022
Yesterday was a very special day for us as we officially entered the RANKING OF THE LEADING SPANISH COMPANIES IN GROWTH 2022 OF THE SPANISH CONFEDERATION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZE COMPANIES💪🏻 For this reason, our CEO César Claramonte, attended yesterday on behalf of GRUPO CLASOL to the VI edition of CEPYME500, which took place at […]
Pest treatment with pheromones
In order to control the different pests in crops, there are different agro-ecological techniques. One of the most widely used is the use of sexual confusion pheromones together with attractants. This technique is based on placing different special traps distributed throughout the crops and what is achieved is to prevent the sexual encounter between males […]
Cotonet from South Africa: What is it and how does it affect us?
Citrus trees in the Mediterranean area are being affected by the “cotonet” pest, which, although it arrived in Spain decades ago, is now being fought against a new variety that comes from South Africa (Delottococcus aberiae). This species sucks the sap from the tree weakening it and causing damage that varies depending on the type […]
The difficult pear season
After the fall in pear production in Europe, many suppliers have been forced to look for products to fulfil their clients’ programmes in other producing regions. In the case of Lérida, where production has not been affected as much as in other regions, this has provided an opportunity for companies in the area to gain […]
How aphids affect crops
The aphid, together with mites, whiteflies and mealy bugs, is one of the most frequent pests on orange trees. They are small insects that are only a few millimetres long but can be detected with the naked eye. The variety of species provides colours as diverse as green, yellow, black or red. They feed on […]
What happens to the fruit when it arrives at the warehouse?
The life cycle of fruit begins in the field and develops in the trees until it is harvested, but… what happens next? The fruit needs to go through certain processes that are carried out in the fruit and vegetable plants to manage, control and reorganise the orders from the different clients so that they arrive […]
How is the sugar in the fruit measured?
Before the fruits are put on sale to the final consumer, they go through a series of controls that ensure the quality of the product and among these controls are the effects to know the organoleptic properties. These properties are those that correspond to the physical characteristics of fruits such as color, temperature, texture,… and […]