When seeding goes bad?
So it is general question but something that I want to know from those that do it. Every year you have a couple of yards that do not come in the way that is expected and sometimes you have to explain it to the customer.
What do you do or say when seeding goes south on you. Now I am going to clarify it and say not the scenario's where you show up drop seed and prep the yard and leave it to mother nature or the hope the customer waters. I am talking the scenerios where you set up hoses and automatic timers and make sure the water is getting on the yard. What do you do then?
Just looking for things to say and do?