I have been looking into the Scotts Annual Lawn Program mentioned on their site as a method of maintaining healthier lawn this season. The program takes into account your zip code, the type of grass you have, and the store you most frequently shop at. Then it calculated a four-step method to implement throughout the sprint-summer. My was Turf Builder with Crabgrass Preventer in February, Turf Builder with Weed Control in April, Southern Lawn Fertilizer in June, and Turf Builder Winterguard in September. The main draws to this program in my opinion are the simplicity and cost. I don't have a lot of know-how or cash to spend. Each of these bags are only $50. However, reviews on their own site give each of these an average of 3 out of 5 stars. I wondered if there was another brand that had a better reputation, or perhaps could you recommend another resource for developing a program similar to this? I live in Chattanooga, Tennessee and have tall fescue lawn.