Agarwood, aloeswood or gharuwood is a fragrant dark resinous wood used in incense, . In addition, agarwood plantations have been established in a number of countries, and reintroduced into countries such as Malaysia and Sri Lanka as. AGAR PLANTATION About Us The importance of agar wood for many uses has long been recognized. Agar wood is also considered the world’s most valuable. Agarwood Plantation. View Farm in Forest Merchang Karas,Terengganu. Agarwood comes from the Sanskrit word ‘order’ which means heavy wood (sink) tree.

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The mere presence of the tree is not a guarantee of fragrant agarwood; there must also be a presence of a certain group of fungi imperfecti, and the synergy that takes place between these plantattion and the tree will cause the fragrant compounds to blossom. Different types of fungi have been suggested including: As a result, there are hardly any of agarwokd trees left in the world.

Seedlings of most species establish best in shady, moist conditions. The fungus Melanotus flavolivens has successfully been used to induce artificial formation of Agarwood in Aquilaria sinensis in vivo tree.

In additionthe department has produced a herbal health drink products using tree leaves to sinkcassia and teja sarsi. Sri Lankan “agarwood” is known as Wala Patta and is of the Gyrinops walla species. Refill the planting hole to appropriate level. Here is a fairly undeniable truth: There is some confusion also about growth in certain regions.

So the hydrosol is cohobated, used over and over, to try and extract the maximum amount of fragrant compounds. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: So give me some instruction for agarwood. A healthy tree will give nothing.

What is Agarwood

As a result, most customers come from Plantattion East nations, China, Taiwan, Japan, while some European countries also need aromatic agarwood oil to make perfume. Agarwood is a highly valuable wood which produces a valuable oleoresin, seen as irregular dark patches formed inside old Aquilaria trees.


In addition, both in the short and plantxtion, a natural resource base needs to be maintained to supply present and future Aquilaria plantations with genetic aggarwood material in order to prevent plant decease, maintain diversity, and plantafion improve resin production.

Refill the planting hole to appropriate level. During the sixth century CE in Japan, in the recordings of the Nihon Shoki The Chronicles of Japan the second oldest book of classical Japanese history, mention is made of a large piece of fragrant wood identified as agarwood.

Agar wood is the only tree in the Eastern myth that has been descended to Man from Eden garden Duke, People who live surrounding the plantwtion are the ones who are affected directly from the rapid depletion of agar wood because their livelihood depends on the forest. It has also been used as a treatment for lung and stomach tumors. The average oud available in the US will have changed hands at least 10 times. Hi there Sir, will Agarwood grow well in Philippines?.

Usually, the Middle Eastern or French perfumers who buy oud at source must establish enormous bank accounts in the pertinent countries, as the governments are aware of this trade and capitalize on it. It is worth planttion that Westerners in general and aroma-therapists in particular are the only ones concerned with purity.

A number of others are also known, such as Aquilaria grandfolia, Aquilaria chinesis etc.

Agarwood Plantation

Aquilaria species that produce agarwood are found throughout Asia, more commonly in South and Southeast Asia. You are commenting using your Twitter account. However, if the distillation does not go perfectly, the economic repercussions are fierce. The ridiculous trunk tapers the wrong way, like a baobab, and the planntation pulsates with thousands of tiny bumps.

Sandalwood is known for more than 20 name as agarualoewoodso woodeagle wood plantatiom, chen xiangoud and others. May 15, at Create a free website or blog at WordPress. May 16, at 1: By far the greater amount of wood is used in its original form. As a perfume ingredient, oud is sought and bought by certain Perfume houses as a tiny but essential component of some of their high-class perfumes; Zeenat and Amourage are two examples. Prior to infection, the heartwood is odourless, relatively light and pale coloured; however, as the infection progresses, the tree produces a dark aromatic resin, agarwlod aloes or agar not to be confused with the edible, algae-derived agar as well as gaharujinkooudor oodh not to be confused with bukhoorin response to the attack, which results in a very dense, dark, resin embedded heartwood.


Planting hole preparation 40cm x 40cm x40cm.

This will be worth even more the larger plzntation is, and the value goes up more if the natural shape is interesting and beautiful. In springwith most trees gone, the average walk in to an agarwood tree is one week. The following species of Aquilaria produce agarwood: Toggle Sliding Bar Area.

Planting method

The cultural biography of agarwood PDF. Agar wood Beads made from grown-up trees is another area of its usability. May 14, at 3: Some species can be found growing on steep, rocky, exposed slopes, and in regions that experience a hot, dry season.

The Agar wood Oil is the most expensive essential oil of its kind. There is a large market in Chinese medicine for the powdered wood, but that plantatiob to come mostly from Vietnam and it is becoming more common to farm it. There are rumours of farms both successful and unsuccessful in Vietnam and Indonesia. Internal use of the powdered wood will also clean you out and give you lots of energy.

It is no longer found in India, Bangladesh, Thailand or China. Sinensis was inoculated with the fungus M. Once it gets into the hands of a trader, adulteration is certain. This is so rare and valuable that it is not really even considered agarwood anymore, but just Kannam. The appreciation of agarwood in the rest of the world runs sporadically like veins of resin through agarwoos piece of agagwood.