A plantation is a large area use for farming cash crops such as coffee, fruits, cotton, tobacco, tea, rubber tree and so on.
Before a plantation decision is made, some things have to be considered such as area climate and soil, availability of other resources such as water and the crop.
A plantation can be grown by the state forestry authorities; they grow the trees in the forest. Some countries use this forest as a source of revenue for the nation.
Plantation is usually used to plant a larger scale of crops for production of food or cloths. Some produce from plantations are exported to other countries where they cannot grow that particular crops because of their climate or soil type.
Fundamentally, a plantation is a large farm or estate, especially in a tropical or semi-tropical region, on which cotton, tobacco, coffee, sugar cane, and the like are cultivated usually, resident laborers.
A plantation is an international planting of the crop, on a larger scale, often for uses other than cereal production or pasture. A plantation is an estate, land, extensive landed property retained by the owner for his use.
A plantation is invariably a monoculture over a large area and does not include considerable naturally prevailing stands of plants that have economic value. A plantation takes the upper hand of economies of scale.