Farm view

Front view — Photo taken July 2012

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Evening view, 11-month Sinensis, photo taken July 2012

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17-month Sinensis, photo taken Jan 2013

Sinensis

25-month Sinensis, photo taken Aug 2013

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

11-month Sinensis, photo taken July 2012

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17-month Sinensis, photo taken Jan 2013

Sinensis

25-month Sinensis, photo taken Aug 2013

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

11-month Sinensis, photo taken July 2012

17-month Sinensis, photo taken Jan 2013

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

11-month Sinensis, photo taken July 2012

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 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Young seedlings planted in June 2012, photo taken Jan 2013.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

 Gaharu 沉香 Agarwood

Hilly slope with terrace, planted in Dec 2011, photo taken July 2012.

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6 Responses to Farm view

  1. nazarets says:

    Mr. tee, mengapa pakai plastik pada pokok batang? mohon nasihat.. thanks

    • tshinkou says:

      Oh, Tee guna botol air, kerana mengelakkan pokok kecil dari terpotong oleh mesin semasa memotong rumput.
      Tali nylon boleh melukakan batang pokok,kesian anak pokok semasa kecil, bila pokok dah 3″ garispusat, tak apalah.

  2. dave says:

    According to some sources, Aquilaria crassna 奇楠, is the king of Agarwood with the highest value in the market. How may Aquilaria crassna 奇楠 in your farm? What is your point of view on Aquilaria crassna 奇楠?

    • tshinkou says:

      Aquilaria crassna is not “奇楠”. There is no such species particularily for “奇楠”.
      In very species… there is a chance to form agar in rare condition, but it is even much rarer to form “奇楠”
      in the wild naturally in hundred or even thousand years.

  3. chun says:

    what is the correct distance between each tree?

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