The place planted; land brought under cultivation; a piece of ground planted with trees or useful plants; esp., in the United States and West Indies, a large estate appropriated to the production of the more important crops, and cultivated by laborers who live on the estate; as, a cotton plantation; a coffee plantation.
Trees that are grown for harvesting.
A forest crop raised artificially, either by sowing or planting. ( BCFT ).
An estate on which crops are cultivated.
An artificially reforested area established by planting or by direct seeding.
An artificially forested area established by planting or direct seeding. It is also sometimes referred to as a new forest.
A type of farm found in tropical areas. A plantation usually covers a large area and grows one or two types of crop.
An intensively managed stand of trees of either native or introduced species, created by the regular placement of seedlings or seed
(plan•ta•tion) n. – a large farm or estate on which crops are grown and harvested by workers who often live there; plantations in the Sea Islands grew indigo, rice, and cotton.
a giant commercial farm producing a single cash crop for export.
Forest Stewardship] Planted pines or hardwoods, typically in an ordered configuration such as equally spaced rows. Point-Source pollution[ Forestry Operations & Water Quality] A type of pollution that comes from a specific, known location or source. Examples include wastewater treatment plants and industrial discharge outlets.
an estate where cash crops are grown on a large scale (especially in tropical areas)
garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
a forest stand created by the planting of either native or exotic trees and managed intensively for timber production, or for joint production in combination with agricultural systems
a green mosaic of cultivated areas of different ages and patches of natural forest
a large area of land that is usually privately or government owned and employs resident labor to cultivate a single commercial crop
a large tract of monoculture,
an area of land on which trees or shrubs have been planted or sown
an area were perennial crops like cotton and tea have been deliberately planted by humans
An artificially forested area established by planting or direct seeding. It is usually made up of a single species.
Several fields that are under cultivation; A large plot of land owned and cultivated by a family
Intensively managed stands of trees either native or exotic species created by the regular placement of seedlings or seeds.
Woodland where most of the trees have been planted.
A forested stand, usually even-aged, that is produced by direct seeding or planting.
A human-made forest usually established by planting seedlings
An area of planted woodland, often used to describe areas recently planted predominantely with conifers.
A large group of cultivated trees or plants.
Forest areas lacking most of the principal characteristics and key elements of native ecosystems as defined by FSC-approved national and regional standards of forest stewardship, which result from the human activities of either planting, sowing or intensive silvicultural treatments.
description for a large land area are dedicated to growing a specific crop; although sugarcane supported Shadow's construction, no documentation exists for sugarcane growing on this location
a large farm concentrating on producing a single cash crop, usually for export.
A stand of trees that has been grown through direct seeding or by planting seedlings. Plantation
A forest stand established by the planting of trees of either native or exotic species, selected for their wood-producing properties and managed intensely for timber production.
A planted stand of trees.
Planted pines or hardwoods, typically in an ordered configuration such as equally spaced rows. Poles or Poletimber Trees from 5 to 7 inches in diameter at breast height.
An area of planted woodland (often used to describe large areas recently planted, mainly conifers)
A very large farm
A large estate or farm on which crops are raised. In the antebellum south these crops were raised by slaves.
A plantation is an intentional planting of a crop, on a larger scale, usually for uses other than cereal production or pasture. The term is most often used for plantings of trees and shrubs. The term tends also to be used for plantings maintained on economic bases other than that of subsistence farming.