In November 2020, an olive grove, at the premises of the ELGO DIMITRA – Institute of Olive Tree, Subtropical Crops and Viticulture, was selected for pilot applications of Sustainable Technological Solutions (STS), within SUSTAINOLIVE project. This olive farm has been used also for demonstrating environmentally friendly agricultural practices in the project LIFE Oliveclima in period 2012-2017. The farm, with area 1.1 ha, is consisted of forty year old olive plantation (Olea europaea L., cv. ‘Kalamon’, distances between trees 7 x 7 m) and is located at the experimental station of the Institute of Olive Tree, Subtropical Crops and Viticulture in Nerokourou region, Crete island, Southern Greece (35o28′36.76″ N, 24o02′36.44″ E; 51 m a.s.l). According to the meteorological station placed at the Institute, the annual average air temperature was 18oC, the relative humidity (RH) was 64%, and the annual rainfall was 700 mm. Soil is sandy loam, pH 7.2, with very low contents in main macroelements. Irrigation is implemented weekly according to evapotranspiration through drippers (five per tree).