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first_imgLifford Strabane 5KAlmost 300 runners took part in Wednesday night’s Lifford Strabane AC 5K. The race was won by Foyle Valley’s Chris McGuinness in 15.36.Gynn Yemm was the 1st Letterkenny AC runner, in a time of 19.01. In-form Noeleen Scanlan ran 19.02 to record her 2nd PB in a week and was the 2nd Senior Woman. Claire McGuigan, of host club Lifford Strabane AC, took 1st place in the women’s race in 18.12. Richard Raymond’s successful summer continued and his time of 21.37 gave him 2nd place in the M60 category. Gary McBride ran 22.42 and Danny Sharkey 22.53.Churchill 5KLAC runners were to the fore in Friday night’s Churchill 5K, where runners were faced with heavy rain and a strong wind. Danny Mooney was the 1st finisher, in a time of 16.27 and was very closely followed by Ivan Toner in 16.30.Raymond Birch’s excellent form continued and he came home in 17.13, followed by Gerard McGranaghan in 17.32. Colly O’Donnell’s fine form continued and he made light of the adverse weather conditions to finish in 18.22. Padraig Friel was the next LAC runner, in 18.32, followed by Marcus McClintock in 18.41 and Ciaran O’Donnell in 18.59.Monica McGranaghan’s superlative form continued and she took 1st place in the women’s race in 19.10. Paul Cosgrove clocked 19.24 and Frances Judge’s domination of her category continued, with her time of 19.49 giving her 1st place in the W45 category. Seamus Gallagher has enjoyed phenomenal success since he recently joined the ranks of M60 runners. He took 2nd place in 20.07. Another in-form runner, Paul Sweeney, finished in 20.24, Naoise Enright 21.19 and Marian Kerr’s time of 21.58 gave her 1st place in the W40 category. M60 athlete Jimmy McBride came home in 22.10, Eilis McCafferty in 22.37, Margaret Shiels in 22.38, Patricia McKenna in 23.09 and Barry Meehan ran round with his wife, Marie, in 24.57.Peter McLean’s time was 25.02 and, just over 12 hours later, he ran the Letterkenny parkrun in 27.21.LETTERKENNY ATHLETIC CLUB BRAVE THE ELEMENTS AS THEY COMPLETED THE CHURCHILL 5K LAST WEEKEND was last modified: July 18th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:Churchill 5kLetterkenny Athletic Club noteslifford strabane 5klast_img read more

Area teams set for 1st round playoff action

first_imgMore than a dozen local teams are set to engage in first-round playoff action tonight as the North Coast Section prep basketball postseason kicks off for divisions four through six.Division IV boysNo. 15 Fort Bragg at No. 2 FortunaThe Huskies will look to add on to what has been one of the most successful seasons in program history tonight when they host Fort Bragg (15-12) tonight at 7 p.m. After running the table on their way to an outright Big 5 Conference championship and claiming their …last_img read more

Kevin Durant isn’t the first to change his number when leaving Warriors

first_imgBig news from Kevin Durant over the weekend. We know it’s big because he made the announcement via social [email protected] pic.twitter.com/LKR00FOnys— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) July 7, 2019 CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device The erstwhile Warrior is changing numbers. No. 35 is out. No. 7 is in. As no Nets player currently lays claim to No. 35, this represents a change for change’s sake. A new beginning.We know what you’re thinking: It …last_img read more

Proven practices for profitable corn

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In the quest for high corn yields, considerable attention has been given to increasing various inputs, including seeding rates and fertilizers, narrowing row spacing, and making preventative applications of foliar fungicides, growth regulators and biological stimulants.  However, the significant drop in crop net returns that’s occurred in recent years warrants developing strategies to lower input costs. An input that might have paid for itself with $5.50 per bushel corn may not at $3.75 per bushel corn. A practical and economic approach to achieving high yields is to follow proven cultural practices that enhance corn performance.Eleven proven practices for increasing corn yields and profitsKnow the yield potential of your fields, their yield history, and the soil type and its productivity.Choose high yielding, adapted hybrids. Pick hybrids that have produced consistently high yields across a number of locations or years. Select hybrids with high ratings for foliar and stalk rot diseases when planting no-till or with reduced tillage, especially after corn. Select high yielding Bt rootworm resistant hybrids where is potential for the western corn rootworm damage.Follow pest management practices that will provide effective, timely pest control – especially weed control.Aim to complete planting by May 10. If soil conditions are dry, begin planting before the optimum date but avoid early planting on poorly drained soils. If planting late (after May 25 in central Ohio) plant corn borer resistant Bt hybrids.Follow practices that will enhance stand establishment. Adjust seeding depth according to soil conditions and monitor planting depth periodically during the planting operation and adjust for varying soil conditions. Make sure the planter is in good working order. Inspect and adjust the planter to improve stand establishment. Operate planters at speeds that will optimize seed placement. Uneven emergence affects crop performance because late emerging plants cannot compete with larger, early emerging plants.Follow appropriate seeding rate recommendations. Final plant populations of 31 -33,000 plants/A are adequate for most production environments. Final populations of 23-24,000 plants/A are usually adequate for low yield, droughty soils.Supply the most economical rate of nitrogen. Consider side-dressing and using an application method that will minimize the potential loss of N (incorporation/injection, stabilizers under high risk applications, etc.).Utilize soil testing to adjust pH and guide P and K fertilization. Avoid unnecessary P and K application.  High soil tests do not require additional inputs.Perform tillage operations only when necessary and under proper soil conditions. Deep tillage should only be performed when a compacted zone is detected and soil conditions are dry (usually late summer).Take advantage of crop rotation – corn grown after soybeans will typically yield 10-15% more than corn grown after corn.Monitor fields and troubleshoot yield limiting factors throughout the seasonThese are by no means the only management practices with which growers need to be concerned but they are keys to achieving high corn yields.last_img read more