first_img tense Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars shining 1nil to the Arsenal!!! Thank you Lerma very much. #BOUARS #Arsenal #AFC #COYG— Gila Gooner (@GilaGooner) November 25, 2018 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card The Colombian diverted Sead Kolasinac’s cutback into his own net, giving Cherries keeper Asmir Begovic no chance!Josh King levelled the scores just before the break, somewhat sparing his blushes, however.Neverthless, when you score an own goal as spectacularly as that, people are going to have their say on Twitter!And these Arsenal fans didn’t hesitate to do that, with one suggesting Gunners boss Unai Emery should sign Lerma, such was the beauty of the strike. Below you can see some of the best tweets from these Gooners. REVEALED Latest Premier League News REVEALED Scoring an own goal is one of those moments where a player just wants the ground to open up and swallow him.However, Jefferson Lerma’s strike – which inadvertently gave Arsenal the lead on their visit to Bournemouth – was somewhat mesmerising as it flew into the goal. huge blow Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury WHAT A STRIKE FROM LERMA!! SIGN HIM UP UNAI 😂😂😂😂 #AFC— 𝒟𝒶𝓋𝑒 ⁹ (@Dave9AFC) November 25, 2018 Hell of a goal cheers Lerma!!! #AFC— Dan (@DanPace86) November 25, 2018 Cracking volley that! Goal of the month. #AFC #Lerma— Adam (@adamweston) November 25, 2018 deals 1 gameday cracker Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City no dice Lerma has played pretty well apart from the own goal LERMA! What a goal! #AFC— John. (@ByJohnSmith) November 25, 2018 That was something. What an own goal by Lerma.#afc— devarshi (@devarshimankad) November 25, 2018last_img read more


first_imgThis time last year Letterkenny won the overall title of Ireland’s Most Enterprising Town.Along with the trophies came a small prize fund.Letterkenny Chamber had long discussions with the other stakeholders and after much deliberation it has decided to put some of the money towards the development of the market Square. Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce is promoting a comprehensive review of how the Market Square works as a public space and the potential use of this focal point on Main Street into the future.With the help of Donegal County Council and students from Queens University Belfast the views of people using Main Street will be sought during a day-long consultation event on Friday 6th December.Leonard Watson, President of Letterkenny Chamber explained “The Market Square when it was built was the jewel in the crown of Letterkenny Town Centre, however, over the years it has become clear that the space is not as accessible or suitable for events as was first thought. We have all stood at the square and had conversations about it.“As a Chamber we have organized events and have tried to use the band stand for various activities, but we realized we needed to be closer to the street. So, we thought this consultation fitted well with these ongoing conversations.” Individuals will be able to discuss their ideas and help inform the future use and layout of the Square as a space with potential to be used in any number of ways.The next stage, informed by comments gathered during the consultation day, is to commission a Design Competition funded by Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce from which detailed plans can be developed as the basis to implement the redevelopment of the Market Square should funding opportunities become available.This will be an on-street event taking place from 10am to 4.30pm.  Those carrying out the consultation will be located at Market Centre so call down and give your opinion.All views and opinions on the future visions for the Square are welcome and will be reflected in the design brief for the proposed design competition.Come and join us in shaping the future of this important place. Come and share your vision for Letterkenny’s Market Square this Friday was last modified: December 3rd, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ConsultationdonegalletterkennyMarket Squarelast_img read more


first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are off to a rough start again. I saw the pictures on Facebook of replanting.  So I thought I should chime in here about how precious this seed is and what a seed treatment can and cannot do.  In this Eastern Soybean Belt we have a lot of poorly drained soil.  More importantly, we also have a lot of inoculum and a great diversity of watermolds, Pythium and Phytophthora, that can infect both corn and soybeans.  When soils are saturated (like this week), these watermolds will form swimming spores that are attracted to the young seeds and seedlings. Based on the past 10 years of research we only see a benefit of the seed treatments when there is soil saturation, typically 2 inches of rain within 2 weeks of planting.  Sometimes it only takes an inch of rain if the soils are “just fit” and it rains again immediately after planting.Where we don’t see a benefit, well drained and less than 1 inch of rain, enough to get the seed out of the ground or if there is more than 5 inches of rain.  In these cases, submergence and flooding will suffocate the seed and it will die from abiotic injury.  The soil will smell from all of the organisms that were killed.In the lab, we routinely recover watermolds from soil using soybean or corn as baits.  We saturate the soil and let it incubate for 1 to 3 weeks at cool or warm temperatures; plant it with our favorite bait, saturate it again overnight and then watch all of the soybean seedlings damp-off.  From most Ohio soils, we can always recover a watermold. The fields in Ohio this spring are in the same condition as our soil baiting, the watermolds are primed and ready to go.  If we get a good dry spell, then it requires another round of incubation.So while the snow, sleet, and rain fall this week remember:  your seed is much safer in the storage. You spent a lot of money and it is the best germplasm your seed company had to offer.  If you have to replant you are going to end up getting the third or fourth best, and as we have learned in the past, possibly a variety that is not really suited to Ohio. Often these are susceptible to our resident pathogens that are not found in other parts of the north central region.Finally, don’t look at the calendar.  There are several research teams here that have moved to phenology (https://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/gdd/ ), which correlates flowering and growing degree days as the basis for when crops should be monitored for pests — perhaps we should revisit this for planting guidelines. Ultimately, the less time it takes for the seed to germinate, grow vigorously means that watermolds can have less of an impact.last_img read more