colture idroponiche tancredi

For over 20 years the Tancredi farm has been dedicated to citrus and horticultural crops in the open field, in the heart of the Piana di Sibari.

In 2003, thanks to the experience gained in open field horticulture and to the international vision that has always distinguished the company, the hydroponic agriculture project was born, based on the enhancement of traditional agricultural crops through the use of hydroponic cultivation techniques which, employed in a unique territory from the climatic point of view, between the Ionian sea and the mountains of Pollino, they are able to enhance the quality of the products.

 

Grown up over time to become one of the leading companies in Italy in the field of hydroponic cultivation, Tancredi Fruit now boasts a state-of-the-art company that covers about 90 hectares.

 

Thanks to a modern approach and the use of innovative tools, Tancredi Fruit is today a reference point for the hydroponic sector.

Hydroponic crops

 
 

Traditional crops

 
Apricots
Clementine Calabria IGP
Lime
 

At the start the collection of Lime Tancredi Fruit in the Sibari

 

The collection of Lime also known as Limetta (Piretta) was launched.

Cultivated for many years in the Piana di Sibari thanks to the particular pedoclimatic conditions, there is a product of superior quality from an organoleptic point of view.

 

An intense aroma, much more accentuated than the common lemon, tent shape and flattened at the poles, fruit of small and medium caliber.

 

 
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