La Bosana est une variété d'olivier dont la culture est répandue en Sardaigne. L'étymologie du nom est incertaine, mais elle pourrait avoir son origine dans la région de Bosa. En tout cas, on peut imaginer que la culture est d'origine espagnole.

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  • La Bosana est une variété d'olivier dont la culture est répandue en Sardaigne. L'étymologie du nom est incertaine, mais elle pourrait avoir son origine dans la région de Bosa. En tout cas, on peut imaginer que la culture est d'origine espagnole.
  • La Bosana è la cultivar di olivo più diffusa in Sardegna. L'etimologia del nome è incerta, ma potrebbe fare riferimento ad una presunta origine nel territorio di Bosa. Si ritiene comunque che la cultivar sia di origine spagnola.
  • The Bosana is the most common cultivar of olives in Sardinia. It makes up over 50% of the olive production on the island. The etymology of the name is uncertain, but it could refer to an alleged origin in the territory of Bosa. It is maintained, however, that the cultivar is of Spanish origin. It is used primarily for oil, but can also be eaten. The Bosana is a variety well adapted to less hospitable environments.
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  • La Bosana est une variété d'olivier dont la culture est répandue en Sardaigne. L'étymologie du nom est incertaine, mais elle pourrait avoir son origine dans la région de Bosa. En tout cas, on peut imaginer que la culture est d'origine espagnole.
  • La Bosana è la cultivar di olivo più diffusa in Sardegna. L'etimologia del nome è incerta, ma potrebbe fare riferimento ad una presunta origine nel territorio di Bosa. Si ritiene comunque che la cultivar sia di origine spagnola.
  • The Bosana is the most common cultivar of olives in Sardinia. It makes up over 50% of the olive production on the island. The etymology of the name is uncertain, but it could refer to an alleged origin in the territory of Bosa. It is maintained, however, that the cultivar is of Spanish origin. It is used primarily for oil, but can also be eaten. The Bosana is a variety well adapted to less hospitable environments.
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