Hello all, I have a question about trying to get some bare spots planted here before it gets to hot. I have a dandelion infestation in my yard right now and I am going to be putting down weed and feed later this week to hopefully help with that. Now my question is after I have that down would I be able to get new grass to germinate if I were to first put down top soil in the areas I want to seed? The areas I want to seed are all areas that I either had stumps ground down, low spots in the yard or other bare spot areas. My plan is to get the weed and feed on this Thursday or Friday morning, depending on when I can get it mowed and then the end of next week I would be doing the soil and seed. I don't want to waste my money now but I would also like to have grass in these areas for the summer rather than planting in the fall after all the weed and feed and pre emergent ferts wear off and the better time to plant seed. Anyways just looking for some opinions on whether you think putting soil down after the weed and feed and then seed on top of that will work for Southeastern PA in about 2 weeks for the seed.