annoying hired help with New Holland Sprayer

Denhalen
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annoying hired help with New Holland Sprayer

Post by Denhalen » Sun Dec 04, 2016 11:42 am

I am using the New Holland SF 400 sprayer (modded version) and let my hired helper do the spraying. But more then once, he or she starts off no problem. After a little while he stops and starts a new row. The field hasn't been fertilized. Is the AI confused by the mod or what? I hate to babysit my helper, while I could be doing other stuff. And I don't want to do it myself.

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Re: annoying hired help with New Holland Sprayer

Post by W1der » Sun Dec 04, 2016 11:55 am

Denhalen wrote:I am using the New Holland SF 400 sprayer (modded version) and let my hired helper do the spraying. But more then once, he or she starts off no problem. After a little while he stops and starts a new row. The field hasn't been fertilized. Is the AI confused by the mod or what? I hate to babysit my helper, while I could be doing other stuff. And I don't want to do it myself.
This happens with other equipment also ...
Not sure what is going on with the hired help.

Hopefully Giants will sort it out, eventually ... *thumbsup*
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Re: annoying hired help with New Holland Sprayer

Post by TURBOSNOOP » Sun Dec 04, 2016 3:37 pm

Denhalen wrote:I am using the New Holland SF 400 sprayer (modded version) and let my hired helper do the spraying. But more then once, he or she starts off no problem. After a little while he stops and starts a new row. The field hasn't been fertilized. Is the AI confused by the mod or what? I hate to babysit my helper, while I could be doing other stuff. And I don't want to do it myself.

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Re: annoying hired help with New Holland Sprayer

Post by mackintosh » Sun Dec 04, 2016 5:02 pm

Two separate issues - some fields appear to be problematic for the AI, probably due to hidden obstructions; the other issue is that helpers have historically had problems with large implements. You're better off doing the headland yourself and then hire the AI to do the rest.

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