Hi, Ive search for at least 30 minutes so please dont yell if this has been asked before. I currently have bluegrass but want to switch out to tall fescue after hearing about its better drought tolerance and among other things. Last year I aerated and slice seeded a fescue/bluegrass blend (80/20) but theres not much of the fescue (maybe 10% at most). My lawn is very thick and healthy so I dont know if thats a problem with the new seed germinating. I figured that I would at least get the fescue to grow in the aeration holes but that wasnt the case. Am I better off killing everything and starting over or just do this each year until I get the desired results. I would really hate to kill my grass! Also, if I aerate and reseed within the next month or so, can I do the same in the spring to speed of the process of getting the fescue in faster or will this damage the new grass? If it makes a difference, I used pennington tournament from lowes last year but this year Im using teamates from lesco. I know sponsers usually only post to generate business but I really am fanatical about my lawn. Thanks for any help.