The land prices experienced in 2011, a fall of 1.6%, according to the Ministry of Agriculture. That's four years of consecutive declines. Prices fall and irrigated areas experienced only a slight increase in drylands. The value of land is subject to the dedicated product. Prices fall greenhouses, vineyards and olive groves or the rise of rainfed farmland by high grain prices. The average price of a hectare amounted to 10,003 euros against the ceiling of 11,402 euros in 2006. One hectare of rainfed work came to 18,272 euros and 6752 euros if irrigated. The most expensive area is the Canarian banana, 218,000 euros, followed by greenhouse crops, with 133,500 euros. Citrus ranging between 44,000 and 54,000 euros and olives, over 41,000 euros. In vineyards are reached 62.5000 euros in the Basque country and 90,000 euros in the Canaries.
WINE BARREL / WINE BARRELS / OAK BARREL / OAK BARRELS
BARRICAS / BARRILES DE ROBLE / BARRICAS DE MADERA
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL