What is plantation agriculture?

By Krishan Yadav|Updated : June 23rd, 2022

H1- What is plantation agriculture?

Plantation agriculture is a type of business cultivation where generating profit is a motive for growing crops. The way crops developed for profit implies that large land is expected to make plantation agriculture fruitful. This cultivation is found in regions that experience heat and humidity.

Find out more details about plantation agriculture below.

Plantation Agriculture

Plantation agriculture is a form of farming where an area of ground is cleared of crops for a few years and then abandoned for a new set of crops.

  • Plantation agriculture is the practice of clearing a large portion of forest land and planting the desired crops in huge numbers on the cleared land.
  • Plantation agriculture is mainly grown for the market and it is both labor-intensive and capital-intensive.

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  • Plantation agriculture means clearing a large portion of land and planting the desired crops in huge numbers on the cleared land and it is mainly grown for the market.

  • Plantation agriculture is popular because it is a hugely profitable and fruitful way of farming. Farmers mainly practice this type of cultivation so they can get huge profits in the market.

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