Category Archives: Cultivated Agarwood

Asia Plantation Capital Opens South East Asia’s Largest Agarwood Processing Factory in Malaysia

SINGAPORE, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Asia Plantation Capital announces the opening of its new, purpose-built Agarwood (gaharu) factory and research centre, located in Johor, Malaysia. A mere 20 minutes drive from the Causeway link to Singapore, the town of … Continue reading

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Inoculated wood

The longer you leave the injected / inoculated wood, the better the quality. Ideally 2 years waiting time is commercially accepted, however one may let it be longer time for better resin formation of the man made inoculated wood. Someone … Continue reading

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Sustainable way in Cambodia

Watch this video … how to harvest the agarwood in sustainable way without chopping down the tree. This video was linked from Youtube and uploaded by Ensar. Credit to Ensar for his hardwork for sharing his video.   top

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Agarwood in Sri Lanka

Sadaharitha Plantations to promote Agarwood cultivation in Ingiriya Sri Lanka, Daily News 22 Jan 2014…. One of Sri Lanka’s leading commercial forestry companies Sadaharitha Plantations Limited, which is in the process of promoting Agarwood cultivation has set up the largest … Continue reading

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Bamboo Stick Inducement

Application of Bamboo stick on mature trees… top

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Tree injury prevention

I have received repeated questions from either visitors or village people on why plastic cover was used ? Following photos were taken on 12 July 2012 when the trees were 11-month old. For weed management, I don’t use herbicide to … Continue reading

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Sinensis gaharu

Photos show the gaharu formation from Sinensis species, entire unit could be one of the decoration display in the office, hall or even at home. Photos courtesy by Mr. Tan top

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