We seeded our crop this year with a new rig. Deere Conservapak with a 550 tbh tank, and a twin anhydrous setup on a terragator tricycle style cart with the large flotation tires behind that. We are used to seeing wheel tracks emerge a little quicker from the extra packing but usually by weed spraying time things are pretty much evened out. This year those tracks are far enough ahead that staging for fungicide in our wheat and canola was really tough. Wheat in the wheel tracks was fully headed and flowering and outside the tracks heads would be just poking out. I am wondering if our packing was just not adequate. We have always used a tow behind with the anhyd behind that. We are on a sandy loam soil and even though we seeded some very wet ground emergence in the wheel tracks was really no issue. In our sandier soils does that v packer just not exert the pressure we need? Any thoughts anyone?