Other than overseeding warm season grasses w/ rye, I've never seeded in a new lawn. Will be doing my own back yard to start and than my parents yard soon after to gain some experience. Hopefully, I can start offering this service to my customers when I feel a bit more confident in the process. Info on my yard; S.E. Louisiana, flat, mostly sun, no grass/weeds (just been graded), 10k w/ a few scattered trees. Seed I plan to use; Mix of Carpetgrass and Centipede. Will overseed w/ Rye for winter color in the fall. Steps I plan to follow; 1. soil test 2. amend soil if needed 3. core aerate (twice in alterneting pattern) 4. broadcast seed 5. broadcast starter fert. 6. hand rake w/ gravel rake to make decent soil to seed contact and to break up cores 7. water, water, water Does this sound like a good plan? Is there anything you'd do different?