One thing I should comment on is what direction the tread should turn when putting tracks on seeding equipment. Tracks have been around for a long time but their use on air carts is a relatively new thing.
The general consensus when a lugged tire is in a towed application is that the tire should be mounted backwards. I'm not sure if that thinking is correct in 100% of the potential applications. I think the idea is based in the fact that a wheel's speed when it begins to sink, starts to stall as compared to actual forward speed. Therefore the angled lugs will self clean to the outside based on this slight speed differential in certain soil conditions and assist to keep the wheel from skidding.
With tracks however, sinking is nearly eliminated and the track seems to maintain a near constant speed with forward travel.
This creates a new phenomenon when a tracks tread is mounted backwards and it's towed on wet soil. The only deformation of the soil surface, occurs at the forward contact area as the soil is initially being compressed. This results in the track tread compacting full of soil in the centre area because the V shape in the tread pattern interferes with the soil movement exiting the tread. This compaction into the tread tends to remain bonded in place for a very long time if conditions remain damp.
These are close lugged tracks, leaving more compressed area than relieved area in the soil they travel on. I think it's important to take advantage of as much of that area as possible for each individual seeds survival.
Even though I have seen no compaction emergence issues whatsoever, given the option I think I'd prefer to turn the tracks the same direction as a tractor does!