I just realized during the registration process that this site is mainly for Lawn-care Professionals, which I am not, but I'm hoping someone will have pity on me and throw me some advice(or at least point me in the right direction). After almost 2yrs at my current home I've figured out the problem with my in-ground sprinkler system(the water was shut off at the main ). Now that I can water on a regular schedule I'd like to get my lawn looking better(greener, healthier, etc...). What I'd like to know is what type of fertilizer works best. I've divulged from surfing this site the store brands(Scott's, Ace, etc...) aren't the best. There is a Lesco's in my area, but after searching their site I'm more confused than ever. I understand the 3 primary #'s, Nitrogen-something-Potassium, but theirs have additional #'s and percentages along with words like Dimension, NoVex, Plastic, etc... I printed off their application guide for my area and it requires you to know what type of grass you have which, on the one hand I think it's Tall Fescue or Zoysia, but on the other I have no freakin' idea. ANY help or advice is greatly appreciated.