Would like some opinions from the group on a Bermuda grow-in project. This is being established from seed. Seed germination has been rough due to a lot of factors, one of which was constant torrential rainfall. Some coverage has been established, but not near enough. Soil condition here is poor, so I anticipated this project would not be easy. Here is a picture of where it stands as of August 14. Click the thumbnail for the full photo. Fertilizer has been applied on about 10-day intervals since the seed initially germinated. Here is what has been applied thus far: 18-24-12 (twice) 19-19-19 (twice) 46-0-0 (multiple times) 28-5-12 39-0-0 SCU Bolster stimulant You can see huge bare areas in the photos where the Bermuda has yet to spread or germinate. Some of the other junk you see in the photo are sparse areas of ryegrass that somehow survived the heat and chemicals, and some crabgrass as well. You can only spray so much Drive without going broke. 16 inches of rain has fallen since July 1, so moisture has been abundant. It has also been irrigated from time to time during dry periods. Based on our traditional climate, I only have about 4 good growing weeks left to get as much coverage as possible. If this was your situation, what would you do? Aside from sodding the bare spots, any other action is possible. Sod is just too costly. Whatever might get it done, liquid or granular, is within my means to apply. My assumption is that 46-0-0 is about as good as it gets. Do I have a chance in heck of getting this to grow in before the soil temps cool off? If I had this to do over again, several things would have been done differently. Just have to work with the situation as it is now.