I got a soil sample done in March and here's what it says: Btw: My lawn is hybrid bermuda and is 1 year 6 months old. The first couple months or so I used scotts products, but after this past winter I switch to all organic. ph: 6.4 Lime: not needed Then there's a chart that says nutrients are needed/not needed depending on whether the shaded bar is above or below the line. So according to the chart calcium, magnesium and zinc are above the line which means I don't need to add them. Potassium and Phosphorus though are far below the line. This test was taken in march before I had done anything. So after the soil test in march here's what I did in order: 1)March - I did core aeration(the soil is very rocky in some parts and was really hard, My soil has like 3 or 4 zones. One section is clay like, one is very sandy like in Florida,and one is pure red "Georgia" dirt) 2)March- added composted cow manure 3) April- added corn gluten meal (I was a little too late on this, but so far weeds have been manageable) hand picked weeds 4)May-June - added compost tea late may(didn't fertilize either month- had to mow higher and water less because of a drought) 5) July-compost tea 6)July- applied cottonseed meal(2 days ago) (still in a drought but not extreme like it was in May and June. This past week it has rained and the forecast has it raining all this week so we will see how that goes... I do maintain 1 inch a week legally though.) Right now I mow my hybrid bermuda with the blade set to 1 inch high every 3-4 days. Last year I let the bermuda grow high to aboout 3-4 inches and it started to turn yellow and fall over. Anyways I have 2 questions: 1) My lawn as a whole has sprinkled brown grass mixed with the green grass and also has 2 bare spots where the grass once covered but hasn't grown over yet this season. I know some parts of the lawn is doing ok because it has grown enough the past month to take over my flowerbed/scrub section. Need a new Trimmer head It kind of looks like most of the lawn is actively growing, but maybe a small percentage is just now coming out from sleeping or something. According to the soil test in March I need P and K. Does compost tea and cow manure raise the P and K? What else should I be doing here??? One person told me to use greensand which has iron along with other nutrients, and will green up the whole lawn and keep it green a longer time, but the only place here in Georgia that I found, sells it for $6 per 10 lbs. That seems rather odd because I need exactly 50lbs and from what I read, greensand cost about $3-$5 for a 50lb bag. So we're talking $3-$5 for a 50lb... or $30 for 50lbs($6 times 5). So far cotton seed meal was the most expensive organic product I have purchased at $10 for a 50lb bag. I'm not being cheap, but I think that place is overcharging 2) I have access to blood meal, cottonseed meal, soybean meal and corn gluten meal as organic fertilizers. For a grass type like hybrid bermuda, which one should be my choice? or would it be wise to say mix 2 of them together? which 2?? If I made this post to long I'm sorry. I know how it is to login to a forum and find a book of a post.