Plantae is dedicated to the design, development and commercialization of wireless sensor technology for saving water and improving crop production. That is why our product reaches the olive tree in Portugal , which manages to be the third largest producer of oil, after Spain and Italy with about 345,700 hectares of olive groves.

Plantae does not sell plants or advise on the varieties or typology of olive trees to be planted. We advise on the ideal way to use a resource as precious as irrigation water by controlling the humidity and salinity of crops.

Portugal is currently betting on intensive plantations, many with irrigation, which reduce costs and improve productivity and it is expected that in ten years it may exceed production in Spain.

hectáreas de olivar en Portugal

Plantae is no stranger to this and extends its market to its olive groves from the Alentejo area.

Olive Areas in Portugal

Zonas de olivo en Portugal
  • After os Montes to the north of Portugal.
  • Beira.
  • Ribatejo.
  • Alentejo with intensive and superintensive olive groves.
  • Moura.

In the south, the olive tree in Portugal intensive and superintensive is increasing its areas of irrigated controlled with sensors.

All this thanks to the construction of the largest artificial lake in Europe.

Equipo Plantae instalando en olivo en portugal
Plantae team installing sensors. Olive tree in Portugal - Alentejo
Sensores de humedad en olivo en Portugal
Humidity and temperature sensors - olive tree in Portugal
Hub receptor Plantae
Plantae receiver hub

Objectives of the olive sector in Portugal

  • Promote the intensive and super-intensive olive groves.
  • Implement a sustainable irrigation.
  • Improve quality and productivity.
  • Expand the export sector.
  • Present yourself as a great competitor in the export of oil worldwide.
  • Increase tourist routes with visits to the olive grove and oil mills.


Routes of the olive tree in Portugal

Among the various routes we can do in Portugal we will highlight those that go through the olive groves.

Tras-ós-montes route

It receives this name because a mountain barrier separates it from the coast. Inside is a valley full of chestnuts, olive trees and other crops.

Route from Serpa to Mértola

Located in the Alentejo area, in the middle of the Guadiana valley, with mills on the banks of the rivers and landscapes of olive trees, corn and pastures. You can descend by canoe a part of the Guadiana.

Good food with local oil and good Alentejo wine.

Union of Beiras and Alentejo

Visit Castelo Branco from the 16th century and buy Beira Baixa designation of origin oil.

Then cross the Tagus River and cross its valleys. Visit the Granite Castle, built to defend the river.

Olivos en Portugal-Alentejo
Olive trees in Portugal-Alentejo