I have a lawn, well a few actually that are looking very bad. Lots of fluorescent yellow grass (NOT nutsedge or crabgrass), this is fescue mainly, maybe a little bluegrass in the mix. These also have some fungus problems. Both are related to overwatering on a couple properties I'm pretty sure but one is really a mystery... I applied 24-0-11 about 2 weeks ago, no green up what so ever came from it, actually the yellow grass got worse... Talked to the customer, shes mad that it dosn't look good but i really don't know what to tell her. Sure I could throw fungicides on it but that won't make it look better, just keep it from getting worse. The neighbors lawns on both sides look fine, both green and healthy. Pretty much all the lawns I fert and mow look good and healthy. I know it's not ME that's the problem. I suggest that it needs aerating, which it DOES. Lawn is almost 100% shade over half of it and has very little root to it. Dense heavy soil. Aerating, overseed, and maybe run the slicer over it lightly. "you are NOT aerating my lawn, I don't want it torn up!" Tried and tried to EXPLAIN that aerating will not tear up the lawn nor damage her precious sprinkler system (would mark the heads, duh). I'm to the point of saying just call someone else to fert your lawn. They had chemlawn last year and it looked good, which I don't get cause I used to have chemlawn on a couple lawns I fert now and they always looked awful till I took over... My opinions... Fungicides really do no good as a curative treatment, plus are so costly it's out of the question ... soil test? I have had a few done here, local extension office has to send them to K-State, takes about 2 weeks and the results show P, K, and Ph is ALL. Gee thanks for nothing... (P and K here are always extremely high, and Ph runs a little high as well) ok, enough of my nonsensical babble... any suggestions?