I put in our lawn which is ~20,000 sf of rye/blue/fescue mix last summer. It had some nice grass for a while but then went through some turmoil with diseases and over-watering. With the nice weather we've had in the NW it has started greening up a little and is very slowly starting to grow again. It is still a little patchy and matted in areas but looking better by the day. The last thing I did in November was to put a winter fertilizer on it. Now I am wondering what I should throw at it to help it thrive this year and when I should do it. Technically we have a good month until the weather really starts changing but I am thinking we will probably have a mild March. I would rather go overboard than try to get by with the minimum so I am thinking of putting on a general fungicide and insecticide, a good spring fertilizer, running a roller over it to smooth the winter bumps out, and filling in the depressions that appeared where the irrigation pipes are. I would be open to doing ANYTHING ELSE that will help me achieve a trophy lawn. Should I use weed&feed or a turf builder product in addition to the other products I mentioned? Will the stuff I can get a Home Depot do the job? If not what should I use? In terms of fungicide and insecticide I found some Scotts granular stuff, will that work well or should I use something else, possibly in liquid form? Any help or advice that anyone can offer is greatly appreciated. Thanks for the help. Matt edit: I sould add that I use a Kubota B7800 tractor with a mid-mount mower to mow the grass. It weighs close to 3000 lbs but I have pretty wide turf tires on it to disperse the load. The quality of the cut is good in my eyes but I am not sure if it is too heavy and could be having detrimental effects on our lawn. If anyone has any insight into that I would appreciate it as well.