“Most Australians don’t understand how valuable this is, but occasionally, we see people slowly driving past,” [Tim] Coakley says, surrounded by rows of agarwood-producing Aquilaria trees arranged as neatly as the boxed citrus trees in the Orangery at Versailles. “We have cameras set up in the trees. If you go to Asia they have seven-foot walls and people wandering around with guns.”
— Read more in It costs up to $100,000 a kilo and Queensland farmers are growing it for luxury perfume at The Sydney Morning Herald.
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