Teak trees usually need to grow at least 15 to 20 years before we harvest them. This number can be larger, because the larger the cut the more money is it worth. The reason why teak trees typically get harvested in 15 to 20 years is because that is usually when their growth slows down significantly. This is caused by competition between plants. The teak trees are then removed in multiple thinnings, allowing some of the trees to continue growing at a constant rate.
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