First, I'd like to say thank you to everyone on this forum, this is an amazing forum with lots and lots of valuable information that everyone shares here, from business owners, to turf experts, to homeowners who are always willing to share their knowledge and ideas! I grew up in the country and on the farms around crops all my life. But it wasn't until about two years ago I grew a passion and a fascination with understanding soil structures and learning different variables and and techniques for lawns, which is a whole different learning curve then growing vegetables, cotton, and wheat. Don't get me wrong, I love growing gardens, farming, and anything you can name, but I developed a "true" and an fascination for grass, lawns, and learning about the soil the grass and lawns grow on top of. I decided to go to school and further educate myself on the subject, but aside from my education, I'd now say I have 500+ hours in browsing, reading, and studying what I enjoy, many of those hours on this forum full of helpful members. After purchasing purchasing a few rental properties in the city, I decided to exercise my knowledge and play with different experiments myself, many techniques I learned from helpful people on this forum. Thank you, ya'll know who ya'll are who had the patience to help me out, answer questions, discuss off the wall topics, and I want to give a thanks even to the people that here that have been around posting questions and topics for others to learn and get ideas from. This year, I decided to try and switch up my lawn schedule on one of our properties and play around with some different ideas that I've learned from the website. Eventually I want to get all the lawns to thrive off of organics, with few synthetics, but it's a slow process. I thought I'd share my Down South lawn schedule for anyone that wants to see what I'm working on. while also giving a thanks to everyone on the forum for who's had the diligence to help over time and also share their knowledge.