Tree Registration Services

To legally harvest (cutting-off) your Aquilaria trees, you have to register your plantation and secure a Private Tree Plantation Registration (PTPR) as per DAO 2020-18. This is also the document to legally transport the harvested agarwood timber products from your plantation. Issued to the one named in the land Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT).

After 10 years (or earlier) when there is a substantial amount of agarwood resin developed on the trees, you are ready to harvest. And the method of harvesting is by cutting off the trees completely.


  1. Letter of Application/Intent addressed to Community Environment & Natural Resources Office (CENRO) / Provincial Environment & Natural Resources Office (PENRO).
  2. Authenticated copy of ownership to the Land Original Land Title, Transfer Certificate of Title, Certificate of Land Ownership Award or Tax Declaration of Untitled Alienable and Disposable (A&D) Lands. (Named on the title has full control of the harvest.)
  3. Documents supporting legal acquisition of wildlife from a nursery with DENR Wildlife Culture Permit. This could be from your Regional Agarwood Agriculture Cooperative Nursery or from your Provincial Cooperative Nursery.
  4. Certification from the Barangay Captain. (No Cutting objection)
  5. Certification from the Mayor. (No Cutting objection)
  6. Individual geotagged photos of grown Bari  trees.
  7. Business Permits like Mayor’s Permit and BIR Certificate of Registration
  8. The fee is less than p500.00 for the issuance of each certificate issued.