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Another cause of the switch from wine to olive oil production was demographic change in the midseventeenth century. During the devastating Veneto-Turkish war of 1645 to 1669, much agricultural land was destroyed or went out of cultivation, and the population dropped drastically. Many refugees left the island with the Venetians, and skilled agricultural workers, particularly essential for labor-intensive viticulture, were no longer available. Such conditions suited the growing of olives far better than any other crop.
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