This is my first post on this forum but I used the sites archives extensively last summer in advance of my 6000 sf lawn renovation. The information found here was priceless as I had never done anything remotely close to this! Im in central Ohio. The seed I used was the Lesco Teammates. This is the regular Teammates without the bluegrass. The mix is 80% TTF and 20% Perennil Rye, as follows: 29.43 Magellan Tall Fescue 25.07 Catalyst Tall Fescue 24.45 Padre Tall Fescue 19.53 Patriot 4 Perennial Ryegrass I slit seeded in early Sept. last year. The seed germinated quickly and nicely. The problem is that the rye grass is growing much faster than the fescue. If I wait for the fesue to become 4 before mowing, then the rye grass is at least 7 tall. The fescue is a nice dark green and the rye is a light green. Im not happy with the look. At this point this lawn would only look good to me if I mowed it every 2 days, which is not exactly what I had in mind! I know 2 other people who used the same mix at the same time I did. Both are having the same problem. Attached is a photo that shows the look as best as I could capture it. The whole lawn looks like this. Will this problem resolve itself? Is there something that I need to do? My mind is working overtime on this and I dont have any experience to draw on. Has anyone here ever experienced this issue? Help please!