The weather we've had this year has made doing slice-seed jobs an absolute nightmare for me. I've gotten horrible results on most of the jobs I did this year. To try and match the grass most of my customers have in their lawns, I used a high quality blend of 90% KGB and 10% PRG. You'll always have those customers that refuse to water their grass seed properly, but I have some that seemed to be pretty good about properly watering the seed I put down. It's going to be hard to a customer that will never let the seed dry, but I had quite a few that seemed to try and keep moisture in the top level of their soil. After this year, I'm thinking I'm going to have to switch over to all Perennial Rye blends from now on. I used this exact seed at my house to fill in a 40', by 7' bare spot and had great results. I did a good job though of keeping the seed moist. I wonder though, how much of my success was due to my diligent watering of the seed and how much of my success was due to me having better soil at my house. Most of the lawns I seeded were sodded lawns that had failed sections of turf I was trying to fill in. I seeded these people around Labor Day and put down a good starter fert for them, but like I said, the results have been horrible. Of course, the 90 degree weather we had deep into October this year didn't help either. Oh well. What do you guys think?