Aquilaria Malaccensis 5pc Uprooted Seedlings without Leaves

2,000.00

Agarwood Seedlings of a year growing.
Specie Name: Aquilaria Malaccensis
One Pack is containing 5pcs of 12inches freshly cut uprooted seedlings retaining roots for p2,000 only.
We deliver nationwide and have the product tested to survive for almost 30days travel.
Note that this is not a stem or branch cuttings. This is uprooted seedlings and has removed the top leafy portion for delivery convenience. Follow the planting instructions below and we will cover guarantee up to 20% replacement.

 

Planting Instructions:
1. Unpack your package upon receipt from LBC delivery. Do not soak into water.
2. Immediately without delay plant the uprooted seedlings into a seedling bags using an ordinary garden soil without mix.
3. Do not expose to sunlight your seedlings (shaded area only). Do not use loam soil in your seedling bags.
4. Water daily and do not allow the soil to dry out.
5. Wait on the seedlings to recovered fully for the first seven days, notice the sign of life and small sprout on the second week.
7. Two to three months time your seedlings are ready for transplant.

Description

How to earn profit with Agarwood Aquilaria Trees?
• The leaves of an Aquilaria tree makes a good agarwood tea. Has a high demand on market.
• After the 4th year of growing the tree, it will bear fruits. Make money by selling the seeds and seedlings.
• On the 10th year, the oleoresin called agarwood inside the trunk started to develop, you can sell this for p100k – p500k/kilo depending on the quality of harvest.

One of the most valued and expensive tree is the Agarwood or Aquilaria tree. It is an endangered species of plant in the Thymelaeaceae family. It is a wood that cost more than gold. First grade agarwood is one of the most expensive natural raw material in the world.

Agarwood is a fragrant dark resinous wood used in incense, perfume, and small carvings. It is formed in the heartwood of aquilaria trees when they become infected with a type of mold (Phialophora parasitica).