Thanks Mr. Rea, for your early feedback.
As we outline in our 'Partnership Agreement', it does take time to turn around a lawn, and that almost always means more than one season!
Two weeks isn't enough time to judge the success of overseeding since several species of seed within our premium blend take at least 14-21 days just to germinate, will take several more weeks to establish, and for that to happen, it does require many sunny days combined with keeping the seed moist (not soaked).
Note: The moist weather this year makes it easier on your water bill , but causes all sorts of fungal and disease problems on lawns!
It's also important to note, that while the seed is germinating, we can't spray for weeds as it would kill the fragile new seedlings as they emerge. Everything takes time, and will grow in due course. We appreciate your patience and are alwways happy to discuss any of your conerns over the phone.
At this early stage you still have approx. 10 of your 15 treatments remaining which are scheduled at the most appropriate times during the season (April through the end of October). Each of these are meant to occur at the most opportune time for them to be effective. They can t be rushed and applied when the pant isnt ready, or too close together that they cause harm to the grass plants.
We know our customers ar anious to see results, however we are in the business of creating lasting change with lawns that are fortified to withstand more of Mother Nature's ups and downs.
Believe me, if there was a way to force Mother Nature to respond faster, we would be all over it! I look forward to seeing your lawn progress this year and for many years to come.