On these days when our cereals don't generate any job, we spend a few days working for our olive trees. The pictures you can see of the Stihl FS 56C light brushcutter were taken in May of the last year. The previous spring was very rainy (unfortunately, this one is being too much dry), so we couldn't sprayed with herbicide the weeds... as the result, we almost had a forest under each olive tree. Of course, we could change this situation very quickly with our Stihl light brushcutter. After that, we sprayed weeds with glyphosate and finally our olive trees are wonderful to harrow them with cultichissel.
Other task performed in this season is spraying in order to avoid problems in the full bloom, especially with aphids, mealybugs and whiteflies... we took advantage to throw out liquid fertilizer at the same time. With these tasks, the olive trees are magnificent. If this summer is not extremely dry, it could be possible to have a worthy harvest for the next winter.
Videos: video1 and video2