Sitting at 14 days since I seeded my lawn. I believe at this point most of the grass has come up. However I think most of the grass came up within the first week. Now, The grass looks good and thick when looking across the lawn, however upon closer inspection - such as looking down on the grass from my deck-its really not that thick at all. There are areas where grass came up good and thick with lots of new shoots and right next to those areas there are spots almost completely void of grass. To say it simply the grass seems to have come up "patchy". Is it normal for fescue to come up like this, did I do something wrong when seeding or will the grass eventually fill in the more barren areas? I just dont understand how it can come up so thick in one spot and hardly grow at all in a spot right next to it. When I put down the seed it went down pretty evenly, I know without question that there was plenty of seed put down in the thin areas. Granted I know I still have one more week before the 21 day germination period gets here but im not really seeing many new sprouts in these areas at all. Should I spread more seed and wait another 21 days for these areas to fill in?