I am sure many of you have seen the product that is used to aid in watering problems for plant material. It comes in a gel with the consistancy of a rubbery slime and is placed in the soil around the root zone. This will supposedly take the place of watering during dry periods for up to 3 months. My lawn care product distibuter has a granular product that works the same way for plant material, but he didn't mention using it on the lawn. He claims that the product lasts up to 2 years in the soil. Why not spread this out over the lawn after aeration? Will this product solve watering problems for those lawns without an irrigation system? Could this be a new step in lawn renovation? Unfortunately I didn't get the product name, but I will respond back with it later. I was just curious if any of you have used it in this way? Just a thought.