posted on Jun, 7 2004 @ 07:31 PM
Crop circles could finally have found their niche with news that leaving fallow patches in cereal fields could help reverse a decline in birdlife.
Skylark breeding rose nearly 50% when small patches of cereal fields were left unsown, a two-year study found.
Now farmers are to be offered government subsidies to clear the areas as part of a conservation push. And the trials showed that despite a rise in
weeds on the unsown patches, farmers did not lose any yield.
I now know that crop circles are a plot by birds to take over the world with their breeding good to see the ufo's helping ou the wild life and not
kiddnaping them for experimental use.
[edit on 7-6-2004 by SE7EN]