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Agarwood is said to be the costliest wood in the world. The tree is infected with some kind of mould (Fungi) that gives this tree a dark colour and an aromatic smell, this makes this tree used in the production of incense and perfumes.
Agarwood is a low maintenance plant. The age of the plant is determined by the quality of the fragrance. It does not need much water, it grows well in any soil type. It needs a good amount of sunlight to grow well.
This plant can grow in soil ranging from poor sandy soil to the fertile alluvial soil and also the garden soil. Make sure to plant this tree in a place with proper space as it will grow up to be a huge tree.
The water requirement of this tree is very less.
During early stages, it needs a good amount of water and care. Water it once every two days during the early stage for the better growth of the plant.
It needs direct sunlight for proper growth. Partial sunlight would suffice only in the early stage of this tree.
The flower of this plant is yellowish-green in colour with a funnel-shaped umbel. The flower is of no importance as only the wood is used for making incense and perfume. The fruit is pear-shaped with a woody capsule with a size of 2.5-3 cm long and it bears the seeds of this plant.
This plant grows to a height of 6 - 20 metres and spread up to 5 - 10 metres which takes many years to get to this size.
Nitrogen-rich organic fertilizers are preferred to boost the growth of this tree. The excess using of fertilizer will burn the plant and so use it once a month or once in 45 days.
It is used in perfume and incense, the price of this perfume is also very high as this tree is rare. It also has some other uses such as calms the body and removes destructive and negative energies, reduce fear and furthermore, enhances mental functionality. It also has much spiritual application and therefore is used by Buddhist monks.