Posted 11/14/2023 17:56 (#10482180 - in reply to #10482112) Subject: RE: Integra OnTrac2+ 6500 receiver Terrastar C
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The short answer is you should confirm the tractor can drive straight in it's own wheel tracks back and fourth on the same pass. Maybe do a tilt calibration on it. Then you correct any offset with the implement by adjusting the implement offset setting for the planter.
The long answer is maybe you need to do a tilt calibration on the tractor, or the antenna isn't mounted perfectly center, or the tongue on the planter was welded on a fraction of a degree from straight, or even if the leading openers on the planter are all pushing dirt one way it can cause the planter to draft to one side.
During planting I carry a tape measure with me and check the guess row width 1 or 2 times per day. I try to do it after every fill, but it gets forgotten sometimes.