I used a Round up type product to attempt to kill some weeds but it left some big yellow holes in my lawn where it killed the grass as well as the weed. In hind sight I shouldn't have done this.... to make matters worse my lawn care company came & applied a pre-emergent the next day - going forward I wont be doing anything weed related since I'm paying these guys to do it for me ..... What i did was DUG OUT the areas of dead grass & removed about 2-3 inches of soil underneath... then I added some Scotts Miracle grow soil in the hole & mixed the seed in. This soil says it Feeds for 3 months. Fertilizer Analysis is 15-5-10 .... this was last friday (3/26/2010) on Sunday i had some extra fertilizer in granule form that I sprinkled lightly on top of the areas that I seeded. this was some extra Vigoro plant food that says it for Azalea, camellia, & Rhododendron 10-8-8. I only sprinkled that on top to try to speed up germination and get this seed to sprout plus I was trying to counterattack the barricade pre-emergent that my lawn care company put down... Are my seeds at risk with this much fertilizer..? Is this TOO MUCH fertilizer on the new seed?? Should I go and sweep off that granule fertilizer i used since the Scotts Miracle grow soil I used already has fertilizer in it?