I've got approx 1 acre lawn. I guess you can say I'm now organic as I haven't done much of anything other than cut and blow leaves etc. The other day when I was edging my wife's perennial gardens I was blown away by the number of worms so the soil is healthy. I just got a new Exmark Quest and am thinking of adding the mulching kit if I get good feedback on that from another thread. The lawn actually looks pretty good with no brown or bare spots but does have some crabgrass etc. I'd like to thicken it up a bit but not by a lot of extra watering as I'm on a well and don't want to stress that. I plan to raise the cutting height up a bit from what I've been doing which was 3" and do it more often as well. Looking for some suggestions of what to possibly do to improve the lawn without making it a full time job. Actually only looking to improve the front a bit to set off some of the gardens my wife does. I was thinking of thatching and adding milorganite or similar and maybe some grass seed in the fall? Before anyone says if I don't water and put in a lot of time if I won't get a perfect lawn, I want to be clear that I don't want or expect a perfect lawn... just maybe spruce it up a bit if it's possible. Oh, I'm in CT so it's not a year round thing here but probably cut about 6 months of it. Thanks for any suggestions in advance.