Have you wondered what an agarwood plantation site looks like?
Vertical view from above
The below images are taken by a drone showing our Aquilaria forest, which is sufficient for more than 20 years of usage without planning any new tree.
However, for a sustainable future, new Aquilaria Crassna trees are continuously planted and wounded to create agarwood.
Horizontal view from the ground
A wounded tree
Large pottery containers store water-emerged pulverised agarwood with "fly screen" sheet on top to prevent bugs or unwanted objects falling inside As the distillation facility is surrounded by trees, insects present are inevitable
After-distillation pulverised woods were being dried (only contain around 3% of agarwood), which are the ideal material for worshipping joss stick and the Middle East bakhoor.