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All Roads: The Journey

Tok Plantation


a part of All Roads: The Journey, by Aeroron.

The Tok plantation of PNG.

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The Tok plantation is one of the many plantations on Papua New Guinea. This plantation is about 5 miles across, and functions like a self-sustaining city. It has 100-200 workers, and the families who own the plantation have a total of 10 members.

This plantation is relatively new, having started production about 9 years ago. Like many plantations, this one has walls built around the perimeter to keep outsiders away. They have a reputation for being relentless to their workers, but many choose jobs here if they have no other options to keep themselves and their families alive.

Like other plantations, they sell their crops singularly to the traders, as opposed to the locals. Sometimes traders will sell percentages of the crops in the central trading district, however.

The crops produced by the Tok plantation are rice, tobacco, and sugar cane.

Aqueducts are being built to transfer the snow from the highlands down to the plantation.
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Tok Plantation

The Tok plantation of PNG.


Tok Plantation is a part of Papua New Guinea.