A forest that has been planted as a crop for eventual harvest. Most plantation forests are replanted following harvest for second and subsequent rotations in perpetuity. The majority of New Zealand plantation forests are planted in Radiata pine (Pinus radiata), an exotic tree species. Plantation forests contrast with indigenous or naturally occurring forests.
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