The success rate of trees during reforestation depends on a number of factors. After deforestation, the climate of an ecosystem can drastically alter, making it difficult for trees to resprout. In addition, if too many trees are planted too close together in one area, they will gradually thin themselves out as they compete for resources like sunlight, minerals, and water.
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