to plant or replant (barren or, esp., denuded land) with vegetation
verbre·veg·e·tat·ed, re·veg·e·tat·ing, re·veg·e·tates
To cause (eroded land, for example) to bear a new cover of vegetation.
To bear a new cover of vegetation.
(third-person singular simple present revegetates, present participle revegetating, simple past and past participle revegetated)
re- +"Ž vegetate