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For completing the article on National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture. Cheers!
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Spamming and copyright problems
Hi, thanks for your interest in drought research; however there are three problems with your additions.
- You posted the same paragraph in numerous articles. That's spam or something or other.
- You pretty much pasted in the abstract from a professional paper. That's probably a copyright problem
- It's in professional journal jargon, not integrated in simple english for an encyclopedia
Feel free to write some text in your own words based on that paragraph and try again, but try to pick the best article instead of spamming it everywhere. NewsAndEventsGuy (talk) 21:10, 18 January 2014 (UTC)