SmallAxe, Thanks for the advice. The lawn is a real hodge-podge. The property is 4 acres, square, with the house well centered. The front lawn has some good grass, with a lot of nutsedge and several bare spots (sodworms). The lower side yard is 80% coverage in clover. The upper side yard looks good. The back yard has mostly good grass, but a lot of broadleaf weeds, and one small bare area where my septic was recently repaired. One local guy suggested aerating and seeding the entire property, and putting down some fertilizer with the seed now. Then in early November, right before the grass goes dormant, putting down a winter fertilizer. He suggested Bifrenthin for the webworm, but I have to talk to him again to figure where this works into the schedule. Like you guys, he agreed on waiting until next year to deal with the weeds. Thanks!