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Posted 5/23/2023 06:07 (#10239856 - in reply to #10239819)
Subject: RE: Kinze Planter Offsets - InCommand

Near Intersection of I-35 & I-90 Southern Mn.
Since the front unit and its companion rear unit both cycle together, the application distance is generally the "average" of the two. The front units are literally an electrical branch off the companion back unit.

This means when starting a pass, the front unit starts a slight bit late and its companion starts a bit early. At the end of a pass, the front stops a slight bit late and its companion stops a bit early.

Although this might not seem perfect, the density on a square foot basis at the row beginning or ends would remain quite similar to the in-field density.

Edited by tedbear 5/23/2023 06:16
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