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Illegal Agarwood
Vanadurgi Agarwood

The agricultural sector of India has been reeling under the effects of globalisation, incongruous prices, climate imbalance etc., for quite some time now. In such a scenario, Vanadurgi Agarwood India Ltd introduced agarwood to South Indian farming community as a commercial crop that can take them forward on the path of progress. The company is a planter-share-holding, democratic and transparent public organisation that is exclusively involved in the complete agarwood chain, right from soil to oil. About 99% plantations, spread across the South Indian states, are developed by us in the best climatic zones possible to produce good quality resinous wood, and in the inter-cropping system, which has the lowest production cost.

The endeavour of Vanadurgi is to become a one-stop-shop for value-added agarwood products of the best quality in a reasonable price with no parallels elsewhere in the world. The company follows a multilevel processing system comprising a cluster of full-fledged primary processing units at nine places, an extraction factory, a supercritical fluid extraction facility, warehousing, and a packing and forwarding centre. It offers the right product of the right quality at the right time at a reasonable price, with a truly professional approach, pro-active customer service and convincing hands-on logistics. We welcome you to make this a mutually-beneficial venture.

Agarwood in South India

Commercial cultivation of agarwood was introduced in the Western Ghats region of South India by Vanadurgi in the year 2000. After intense research, the very first large scale plantation was established at Vanadurgi Estate in the year 2004. Later on, following its success, the crop is spread to various geographical locations of Karnataka and other South Indian states. Today, over 95% of plantations in South India is located in the evergreen forests of Karnataka, and over the last two years, small scale plantation is going on in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh as well. Bold initiatives taken by our organisation, along with long-term services, complete agarwood solutions and buy-back assurance of mature trees resulted in the large scale development of plantations.

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