The grass in the lawn of one of my neighbors looks "strange". This is a relatively new construction and the lawn was put in by the same guy that put in my lawn, using the same seed. The only difference is that my neighbor put in a sprinkler system, and didn't buy any extra topsoil, so the landscape guy concentrated most of the topsoil in the front portion of the guy's yard, which is where his grass looks really strange. Our lawns look nothing alike. My grass is pretty much green, except for some brown spots, and looks like normal grass. My neighbors grass is yellow and looks very "stalky", if that makes sense. It almost looks like it would hurt your feet walking on it. The blend is called Spartan Grade A, which is 40% bluegrass, 40% fescue and rye. I'm not sure if the fescue in the blend is the only grass that's growing or what, but I've never seen anything like it. My neighbor waters his lawn regularly, whereas I haven't watered mine since last fall. I'm just curious what some symptoms would be of overwatering. Growing up on a farm, I know that after a heavy rain, crops in an area with standing water would tend to wilt and turn yellow. Could this guy be watering too much.