The method of agriculture done in tropical regions, which is produced in a large area with the advancement of variety of seeds, pesticides and modern agricultural machinery, for the purpose of commercial and export on a large scale. . plantation agriculture (plantation agriculture) are called.
Features of Plantation Agriculture-
1- Planting is done in agriculture pharma or orchards. Most of the plantations are controlled by foreign companies.
2- Under this, only specific crops – tea, coffee, rubber, sugarcane etc. are produced.
3-Those agricultural products are consumed by the residents of temperate tropical countries.
4- In the gardens, there are offices, preparation of goods, drying, packing and residence of workers etc.
5- Most of the techniques and scientific methods here have been imported from temperate countries.
6-Initially this agriculture was developed by Europeans in almost all the continents. Rubber plantations in Malaysia were introduced by the British, Brazilian air plantations by the Portuguese and in Central and South America countries by the Spaniards.
7-The production here is consumed by temperate tropical countries. Most of the products are exported. Therefore, these useful plantations have been established in the coastal areas or in the area of letters.
With the abolition of 9-colonial o, these plantations have now come under the control of the local government and are engaged in the expansion of plantation agriculture in their own way with some changes.