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What is plantation?

Plantation (n) - a usually large farm or estate, esp. in a tropical or semitropical country, on which cotton, tobacco, coffee, sugar cane, or the like is cultivated, usually b (MORE)
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What is a plantation?

A plantation is a large farm or land under single control or ownership, primarily those used for agriculture. The term is used for overseas lands in regions colonized by vario (MORE)
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What are Plantations?

  Answer   A place where you grow crops. (Almost like a farm.)   Answer   Fundamentally, a plantation is usually a large farm or estate, especially in a t (MORE)

What is a timber plantation?

To help reduce the environmental impact of cutting trees for timber, special plantations of fast-growing trees are planted, specifically so they can be cut later. When the tre (MORE)

What was the Plantation of Ulster?

The roots of the Plantation stretch all the way back to 350BC when Gaels from the Iberian Peninsula first invaded Ireland.. They waged a campaign of genocide against the nati (MORE)
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Why is plantation called plantation?

Plantation is called plantation because.. In the word plantation there is PLANT, the word plant signifies plantation...thing that grow like plants.. IN BARNS Plantation is a b (MORE)