In August last year I sent a soil sample to Penn State for analysis. It came back that all my levels were in line (no lime required, etc) and they suggested I use a fertilizer with a 20-27-5 mix. This most closey mirrored either scotts or lesco's starter fertilizer mix which can be found at Home Depot. They also suggested I apply it three times a year: early fall, late fall and early winter. I did this and of course my lawn looked awesome in the fall and spring of this year. However now that its June and it hasn't been fertilized since November, the color is horrible. It use to be a nice dark green but now its become lite green. Does anyone agree with the above program of fall feedings only? I'm beginning to think that perhaps this program isn't what will make my lawn look best but what is most agro-friendly. I'll post tonight with the actual levels that came back once I find the soil analysis. Thanks for your help!