SUBJECT AREA Environmental Sciences
CREATED ON 28th April 2017
COMPLETED ON 30th April 2017
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Closing yield gaps through nutrient and water management

2. Reading Assignments: Format: Times New Roman, 11 pt, 1.5 space 1" margins 1.5-2 pages What to include: Your overall understanding of the article Points on which you agree and disagree What you believe the article did a good job in addressing & what they didn't address Tips: Avoid only summarizing the reading. If necessary, you can use the first paragraph to highlight specific points in the reading. But then spend the rest of the essay expanding on those points with your own thoughts. If you feel the need to bring in outside knowledge from another article or reading, make sure to reference it correctly. When making a claim, make sure to explain it and provide proper support. Use college-level vocabulary Typing in either 1st or 3rd person is acceptable
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