The final topic is the environmental impacts of the application of insecticides, fungicides, and pesticides.
Journal responses need to be set up in a point-by-point manner. There should be a brief introduction as well as conclusion. Label each section I have highlighted in bold. A journal submission should then look like this:
Part 1: (This is the description of the threat of the issue being described. Discuss the issue in greater detail than in your introduction. Explain how far-reaching or localized the issue is.)
Part 2: (Discuss the solutions to the problem, both solutions that exist and solutions you think would work. Are new solutions being researched?)
Part 3: (Discuss the consequences and ethics. Relate this to the St. Leo core values, as well as ethics in general. How do you feel about the issue? If the problem is not remediated, what will happen?)
There are no minimum word counts for each section, just the overall minimum word count. (Journals need to be at least 700 words) Make certain that you touch on each part, in order, and that each section is clearly labeled. An introduction and a conclusion will serve to tie the paper together. This does not need to be written as a “story,” but needs to contain full, flowing sentences. Make certain that grammar and spelling are correct. Please take the time to proof-read your word. (Note, spell-check does not catch errors such as “word,” when you meant to type “work” at the end of that last sentence.)
Most pesticides are applied in spray form but occasionaly you will see pesticides that are