I often seperate deadlifts and rows by 48 hrs. I do not see a problem with this, although I do notice a significant decrease in the amount of weight I can use rowing.
If I separate the two sessions by 72 hours or more my rowing performance vastly increases.
To give you an example:
If I wait 48 hrs my last 2 sets are normally 265lbs for 4-5 reps.
But, if I wait 72 hrs I can bang out 3 reps of 315lbs with strict form.
Btw, I just hit the 315lbs 5 weeks ago and am very proud of that number because it has been a goal of mine to be able to do that weight with strict form for years (when I do go for the 315lbs I use straps)
This may just be me, but it has something that I have noticed. My best advice is to experiment and see how your body reacts - but my first thought is that 24hrs gives your body very little time to recover from an intense deadlifting session. I would consider switching the rowing and triceps days.
However, my advice may be worthless as I am not familiar with the OLAD system.