Help for endangered farmland birds announced
The plan will be a successor to set aside under which farmers kept a tenth of their land out of production which was scrapped so more food crops could be grown to meet shortages.
Set aside land provided both the food and cover farmland birds need to breed successfully and there were fears species such as "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" skylarks, yellowhammers, corn buntings and linnets would suffer if it disappeared.
Now Environment Secretary Hilary Benn has accepted recommendations from an advisory group that a replacement for "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" set aside which provides the same environmental benefits is needed.
Mr Benn agreed with the group, headed by businessman Sir Don Curry, that there is a strong case for action which needs to be implemented as quickly as possible.
Under the proposals farmers will be paid a top up under the Environmental Stewardship scheme for using a variety of wildlife friendly practices such as managing small amounts of land less intensively and creating grass buffer zones.
The "Oxandrolone Powder India" new measures will come too late to make up for the loss of set aside in this year's harvest but will come into effect in 2009.
The move was welcomed by the "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" RSPB who said it would create nesting sites for endangered species.
Gareth Morgan, Head of Agriculture Policy at the RSPB, said: Testoviron 250 O Sustanon 250 "This is a massive step forward for the environment. Set aside was never supposed to help wildlife but, with so much other land farmed so heavily, it became a sanctuary for many species.
"Many much loved birds Turinabol Ciccone like skylarks, yellowhammers and lapwings have been thrown a lifeline by this decision, which will help bring birdsong back 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone to many parts of the countryside.
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The Government is committed to reversing farmland bird declines by 2020 but recent figures show that 13 of the 19 species making up their farmland bird index for England continue to decline.
Ian Woodhurst of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) said:
"This decision is good news for our wildlife, our rivers and streams and our landscapes. But we need to make sure enough land is dedicated to this task.