Question Need suggestion on Agarwood species good for Sri Lanka

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  1. kau1973

    kau1973 New Member

    Which is the most suitable Aquilaria species for Sri Lanka. Which species is more commercially viable to cultivate?

    Crassna and Subintegra seedlings available for sale in Sri Lanka but we don’t know which is more suitable.

    Any suggestions please
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2018
  2. greenlandfns

    greenlandfns Well-Known Member

    Aquilaria micro carpa and Aquilaria maleccensis would be more suitable.
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  3. kau1973

    kau1973 New Member

    Hi. Can I ask why Aquilaria micro carpa and Aquilaria maleccensis would be more suitable. I am asking because Aquilaria Crassna and Subintegra are more popular in Sri Lanka. Thanks
     

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