I just had a professional hydroseed install done a few weeks back at my home, just before nasty rain and cold snap. Now the temps have gotten up into the 60's a few days I am seeing some shoots. Someone told me to fertilize as soon as shoots started to come up. However, there is new topsoil and very wet, so just to step on it leaves big footprints (so far, it's just been a few deer, but if I go out with a spreader, it's going to make a mess). Also, a lot of the the hydroseed cover has washed into "ripples" (like sand on the beech when the water flows out) due to the rain, and I'm not sure if it would be better or worse to try to even it out with a rake, or just wait for spring and overseed. Please give me your professional thoughts as to what is the best thing to do in this situation, and whether I would be ill-advised to rake or fertilize. Thanks!