Our land and its trees, in order to yield a good harvest need to be put in the condition to “offer” fruits using natural and ecologically sustainable methods.
Our society is going through a phase of great difficulties and changes in terms of production, the fruit world included, and just the ability and the good skills of the fruit-grower can overcome the hurdles of our times. Every day the environment is facing more and more adversities, strengthened by the exploitation of our land and the globalization of our planet with dramatic consequences for the productiveness of our land. Just being tenacious and sticking to the genuine and the old principles of agriculture and the continuous curiosity, can allow us to produce in a “balanced” way. Trybeca’s credo lies its principles right on this concept, applying the rules of conservation of our land aimed at respecting the different eco-systems that are somehow connected to it.
The thinning of the fruits is done manually, we do not use herbicides and the fruit picking is still done using wood crates not to damage the fruit picked when ripe in three to four different passages.
Because the Nashi pear is picked when ripe, and no chemical methods are used to extend its storage.