What Is Plantation Farming?

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Plantation farming refers to the practice of planting crops in large scale. Crops are planted over vast areas of land and produced for exportation. Crops planted in plantation farming include flowers and coffee.
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There is only one type of crop harvested.
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A plantation is a large farm; estate or area of land
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large quantity production using comparatively less labor and input.
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Hi Maria, The main reason was that many of those who settled in the south were the children of Aristocrats. They had large farms in Europe and wanted large estates in the colonies.
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