In what seems a never ending battle against a drainage problem, I brought in 15 tons of topsoil and moved it around with a dingo last weekend. I have not been able to seed it yet because of recent rains. However the rains did show me that I may have drainage problem solved (fingers crossed). This weekend looks good though. This dirt went into different areas of the back yard I'd guess to say maybe 2,000 to 3,000 ft2, everything else is fine. We have a little thing here in Louisville, KY called the Kentucky Derby and every year we have a derby party. Is there any way that I can "jump start" the tri-glod transition blend seed I bought from Lesco to have it looking good in 5 weeks? I also have the lesco starter fertilizer and the Lesco seed starter (i think that is what it was called) that acts as a mulch to keep the seed moist. Is there anything else that I can do other than water the heck out of it? What about compost tea?