My back yard was being invaded by chickweed, so I decided to attempt a spot renovation. We have a christening party for our youngest daugter coming up on May 23, and I would like to get a decent-looking stand of grass going by then. About three or four weeks ago, I sprayed all of the chickweed with glyphosphate to kill it off. I then thoroughly raked out the dead areas, put down a mixture of KY 31 fescue and annual ryegrass, (70/30 mixture, about 10/lb per 1000 sf) and lightly covered the seed with a mixture of topsoil and peat moss. When I say lightly, I mean a light sprinkling that just covers the seeds and retains moisture. I also added some starter fertilizer. I have been attempting to lightly water the areas 2X/day for about 20 minutes at a time with a standard-issue hose sprinkler. Since then, some areas have come in quite nicely, while others have shown little or no germination. I reseeded a few areas that looked sparse, and those are just starting to show signs of germination. See the attached pictures. We had some heavy rains over the past couple of weeks - is it possible that some of the seed was washed away? Would it be worth the trouble to again reseed the bare spots? If so, should I use the same seed mix as before? Any words of wisdom are appreciated.