I've been running behind with my second round apps because of 28 of 35 days of rain May - 1st of June, then mowing equipment failure, then family from Germany here for 6 weeks, then the 4th of July, then 2 days of rain AFTER the 4th of July. Anyways, I had one of my banks call me up and tell me I killed the yard. For a split second I thought CRAP! Prosecutor instead of Momentum! But then I know better, so I told the guy I'll be over to check it. About 3 weeks ago I was going to spray the yard, but ran out after 1/5 of the yard and realized I didn't have any more Momentum in the truck, and then with the 4th, rain, etc., I didn't get back there for a week. Then 2 week, I drove by the place and my flags that I had put out before, the ink had ran on my flags (I print them off on an ink jet printer, so the ink runs if there's enough water, so I can tell if a property had been watered or not.) So, I start to spray again, and the owner comes out and wonders why I'm going to spray again. I take him to the area that I did, and show him how the dandelions and clover are dying, and show him the rest of the yard, where the weeds haven't been touched yet, and explain to him what happened. He says ok, and I proceed to spray, post NEW flags and get on with life. Last week I drive by the place and it looks dry. Not the dead gray color grass will turn when it's dead dead, but just a dry tan color, so I don't mow it, I leave it. The signs have just ran a touch, about how much they will from heavy dew. I go in and tell the banker that I'm not mowing that week, because the irrigation hasn't been on, and they need to turn it on, since I'm not going to mow and stress out the grass more. So, long story getting longer now, I go over to the bank today and show the guy the cracks in the ground in a couple of areas and show him where the grass at the bottom of the gutters is a nicer green that the rest of the lawn. He SWEARS up and down the irrigation is on, that I must have put down too much chemical and that I've destroyed the lawn and that I WILL have to replace it. I go back into my truck and take out the two signs and show him the one where it rained on the sign, how much my ink has ran, and show him the sign that was posted for the last week where the irrigation hasn't been on, and tell him that the irrigation is NOT on, and THAT'S who's responsible. He still doesn't believe me, but that's the way it goes sometimes. I told him to call the irrigation guy, have him come out and check the irrigation system, if it's not that, I'll fix the yard. Now I get to wait for the phone call saying, "you're right, the irrigation wasn't on".