plantation

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Englisch - Türkisch
koru
{i} fidanlık
büyük çiftlik
{i} plantasyon
fidanlık/çiftlik
istiridye yatağı
{i} sömürge kurma
{i} tarla (ekili)
geniş tarla
{i} ekili alan

O ekili alanın satışını büyük miktarda gerçekleştirdi. - He realized a large sum by the sale of the plantation.

{i} sömürge
koruma
ekimlik
industrial plantation
endüstriyel ağaçlama
coffee plantation
kahve plantasyonu
cotton plantation
pamuk ekimi
ex plantation
tarlada teslim
tea plantation
çay plantasyon
Englisch - Englisch
Large farm; estate or area of land designated for agricultural growth. Often includes housing for the owner and workers
The importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local population, such as in medieval Ireland and in the Caribbean
{n} a place that is planted, a colony, a cultivated estate or farm
Areas in the forest where trees have been planted
Large plantations were relatively few in number across the South A farm worked by at least twenty or more slaves was defined as a plantation While sugar, tobacco, rice, and hemp were common plantation crops, it was cotton that reigned In fact, the "cotton kingdom" had grown so steadily, to supply primarily the British demand for the crop, that the link between cotton and slavery became unshakable The quality of life for slaves on plantations varied In some cases it was marginally better than for others While slaves were defined as mere property, their labor was important enough that most owners saw the value in good treatment Said one former slave: "[He] fed us reg'lar on good, 'stantial food, just like you'd tend to you hoss, if you had a real good one "
A plantation is a large piece of land, especially in a tropical country, where crops such as rubber, coffee, tea, or sugar are grown. banana plantations in Costa Rica
An estate for the cultivation of crops The term most commonly used to describe sugar plantations
An artificially reforested area sufficiently productive to qualify as timberland The planted species is not necessarily predominant Christmas tree plantations, which are considered reserved forest land, are not included
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
- 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 human activities of either planting, sowing or intensive silvicultural treatments
An original settlement in a new country; a colony
Planted pines or hardwoods, typically in an ordered configuration such as equally spaced rows
The place planted; land brought under cultivation; a piece of ground planted with trees or useful plants; esp
A master planned community with amenities, security and restrictive covenants Each plantation offers a unique mix of features, views, architecture, activities, people and price
Forest stand regenerated artificially either by sowing or planting
a large farm upon which crops such as cotton or sugar are grown and harvested, often by resident workers
a newly established colony (especially in the colonization of North America); "the practice of sending convicted criminals to serve on the Plantations was common in the 17th century"
An artificially forested area established by planting or direct seeding, It is usually made up of one species
a large farm concentrating on producing a single cash crop, usually for export
Woodland entirely planted that may or may not be managed for the commercial exploitation of the trees timber It may contain native or exotic (non native) species Plantations can be classed as ancient if they occupy an area that has been continuously wooded for 400 years but they may not be classed as semi natural
The act or practice of planting, or setting in the earth for growth
An artificially reforested area established by planting or direct, seeding Contrast with a natural forest stand which is established naturally
Forest crop established by seeding or planting nursery-raised stock
An artificially reforested area established by planting or direct seeding Contrast with a natural forest stand which is established naturally
an estate where cash crops are grown on a large scale (especially in tropical areas)
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
{i} large farm, large area for growing crops; large farming estate; original settlement in a new country, colony
A plantation is a large number of trees that have been planted together. a plantation of almond trees
garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
Wye Plantation
rural plantation in Maryland (USA) where peace talks and agreements took place between Israel and the Palestinians and U.S. President Bill Clinton (October 1998)
Wye River Plantation
retreat in eastern Maryland (USA) where peace talks were held between Israeli and Palestinian leaders
fruit plantation
place where fruit is grown and harvested
plantations
plural of plantation
plantations
are regimented lines of selected species of tree that have been planted to maximize both yield from the land area and ease of management Wood from plantations is usually cheaper than that from old growth (ie: natural growth), and is also a more uniform raw material Tree farms differ little from plantations, in that both are created to provide a financial return However, land owners engaged in tree farms often have additional motives (eg: shelter belts, protection against erosion, water table management) {Jamieson, A Plantations 2020 - the local government perspective Appita, May 1998, pg 336}
plantations
Treed areas lacking most principles 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 planting, sowing or intensive silvicultural treatments
plantations
forests or woods that have been planted
plantations
n area growing cultivated crops
plantations
Trees usually of a single species planted on cleared land for the purpose of growing a product such as wood
plantations
planning and managing in accordance with FSC Principles and Criteria 1 to 9, to reduce pressure on and restore natural forests
plantation
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