Originally Posted by RigglePLC
Actually you are leaving out the most important factor...nitrogen. When was it last fertilized with nitrogen? Do you mean it was green last year and light green this year? Is it Kentucky bluegrass? Perennial ryegrass? Fine fescue? Adequate moisture? Actually...you have had weeks of heavy rain storms in New York state.
Treat a small area with fertilizer--see if it improves. Also correct the acid soil problem, of course.
Nitrogen can be determined most reliably with a "tissue test". Costs 10 times more, but its better.
Sorry I have not given an update, as I have been "offline for awhile. Lawn is KBG, Rye, and Fescue. Yes we have got a ton of rain. Probably 15 inches for the month of June. My lawn has always looked light for the last few years so that is why I had the soil tested. I have also not limed in many years so it makes sence. Last fert. was about 6 weeks before the soil test. I just put down 50/1000 of dolomitic lime (280 lbs. on about 14000 sq. ft.)and going to see what happens. It is going to take time I know. Thanks everyone.