We have a new account we picked and its a new built house. The house is very large and the lawn is like an acre and a half. I cant understand how these people pay 700,000 for a house and the soil (clay and rock) is so pathetic. Well, my question is when i inspected the turf the grass is very thin rye. The clay has ALOT of moss growing on it, and the lawn seems always wet even on scorching days. Now she does have irrigation and it comes on she said like 4 in the morning. The very compacted clay is not letting the water penetrate is my guess hence the wet turf all the time. But why the moss? There is no shade here its exposed to daylight all day. She is very unhappy with the lawn and the homeowners association wont do anything. The yard is very hilly in spots but the moss is everywhere, i have never seen anything quite like it. Why is the lawn always wet even in the heat? Why all the moss? And most importantly where do i beging to make ammends in the summer heat with a thin thin rye grass thats already on its last leg in this highly compacted clay and rock? Thanks!!