The growth of plants after a forest fire is called secondary succession. In general, the process starts with grasses that grow back. This is followed by shrubs. There is a very low number of species that first grow back after a forest fire. These species often reproduce quickly, but die young. After these plants have settled, trees and forests proceed.
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