Industry and governments have responded to this decline by developing plantation production systems for both the Western Australian and Indian sandalwood species.

Leading this drive internationally is Australia with the first recorded sandalwood plantation established in the 1990s with Australia now home to an estimated 20,000 hectares of Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) plantations.

The ongoing transition to a sustainable plantation resource will facilitate a smooth conversion from a market starved of wild wood and asscoiated derivative products to one that offers a reliable supply from sustainable plantation resources.

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