Campbell could join Holloway at Millwall

first_imgMillwall boss Ian Holloway is interested in taking DJ Campbell to The Den on loan from Blackburn Rovers.The Shepherd’s Bush-born 32-year-old played under Holloway at Blackpool prior to joining QPR in 2011.He signed for Blackburn after his Rangers contract expired during the summer but is yet to score this season.His stay at QPR was unsuccessful and he spent much of the time training with the club’s Under-21 squad managed by Marc Bircham, who recently left Loftus Road to join former Rangers man Holloway as first-team coach.Campbell’s career has also included spells at Yeading and Brentford.Holloway expressed an interest in taking him on loan from QPR when he was in charge at Crystal Palace last season.See also: Bircham faced challenges at QPR and can leave with his head held highSee also:Campbell joins Holloway at MillwallFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Warriors rank best among 111 pro sports venues in this category

first_imgNot only are the Warriors usually the most aesthetically pleasing pro sports team to watch in North America, it turns out their food is also easiest on fans’ stomachs.Oracle Arena’s food stations had the lowest amount of high-level health violations reported among 111 NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL venues tested over a two-year period, according to an ESPN Outside The Lines report Thursday.Maybe that data will make the Warriors’ nauseating loss to the Raptors Wednesday night easier for their fans to …last_img read more

Plant survival in flooded conditions

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Due to large rain events this spring, many fields have been flooded.While both corn and soybeans can survive flooding/ponding for a period of time, several factors determine the length of time plants can survive. Young corn plants can usually survive two to four days in flooded conditions. Death of corn plants is more likely prior to the V6 stage of development because the growing point is still below the soil surface.Soybeans can usually survive two to four days completely submersed. If weather is cool (mid 60s or cooler) plants are more likely to survive several days of flooding. If temperatures are warm (mid 70s or warmer) plants may not survive 24 hours under flooded conditions. Ponding of six or more days can result in significant stand losses and death of all plants where ponding has occurred. Although ponding/flooding has the potential to impact stands, crops have the ability to survive under the right conditions.For more information on impacts of ponding and assessing crop damage, CLICK HERE.last_img read more