Tag Archives: Aquilaria crassna

Results of Agarwood Inducement in the Stems of Aquilaria crassna Pierre ex Lecomte Growing in the Farmers’ Plantations, Trat Province

This study aims to investigate a result of agarwood inducement in the stems of Aquilaria crassna growing in the farmers’ plantations, Trat province. Four different techniques of agarwood inducement were selected to determine the amount of agarwood occurring in the stems of A. crassna. Then, the agarwood woodchips were separated from sound wood to obtain the agarwood oil using three ... Read More »

FLORAL BIOLOGY OF AQUILARIA CRASSNA

Aquilaria crassna generally flowers between early March and May. Young flowers develop to maturity within three weeks. Un-pollinated flowers fall within five days. The flower is of perfect flower, consisting of calyx-tube, collora-tube, androecium and gynoecium. The pollen is of circular with small size (20-25 µm in diameter) with reticulate exine. The papillae stigma is of capitate with a length ... Read More »