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a·gar·wood

 (ā′gär-wo͝od′, ä′-)
n.

[Hindi agar, from Prakrit agaru, from Sanskrit agaruḥ, agaru; akin to Tamil and Malayalam akil.]
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11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the course of 2015, award-winning plantation management company, Asia Plantation Capital, has expanded its inoculation and plantation programme for Aquilaria trees into Malaysia - home to Southeast Asia's biggest agarwood processing factory and distillery, established by the company itself.
Millennium & Copthorne, Middle East and Africa (MEA) announced at Arabian Travel Market that it has signed two hotels in the Sultanate of Oman, including the global debut of the new eco-lifestyle brand, Agarwood.
The partnership will see Millennium & Copthorne's Agarwood brand opening the first property in its brand portfolio in the Middle East.
Millennium & Copthorne Middle East and Africa (MEA) on Tuesday announced at the Arabian Travel Market that it has signed two hotels in the Sultanate of Oman including the global debut of the new eco-lifestyle brand, Agarwood.
Dubai: New eco lifestyle brand Agarwood will enter the Oman market with the launch of a 286-key resort in Salalah by 2017.
Oud is an Arabic term for incense that is cultivated from the Agarwood tree, which can be found in Indonesia, Cambodia, Brunei and Malaysia.
Asia Plantation Capital's new agarwood (Gaharu) factory and Research Centre.
The first is fruity caramel notes in Indian rose and orange flower, vanilla and Iranian saffron setA[degrees] tling into Indian agarwood.
This results in an increase in demand for Oud oil in the Middle East yet there are only a few countries in the world that have perfect growing conditions for planting Agarwood trees.
For some years, international fragrance brands have worked with oud, a cherished Middle Eastern ingredients also known as oud or agarwood," noted Emmanuelle Moeglin, fragrance analyst, Mintel.
Based on quantity and type, environmental services and tourism activity and Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) such as rattan, Agarwood, etc, water usage for agriculture and fisheries was never known.