OK, I have an issue, the drought is back, never went away but we had some relief, and I need to make a strategic move soon. Plus I am just curious as I am trying to figure out my program for my organic customers. 99% of my customers are lawns that have been cared for by traditional chems for years. The customers have come to expect a certain reaction, as have I, with each treatment but that is a different story. Treegal, I am particularly interested in your point of view. You get an established lawn that has been pounded with chems. It is OK, but not great, you can tell it is beginning to take its toll. They want organics. What is your first few steps? Organic ferts with CT? Immediate compost topdress with CT? I am not sure, I personally have been pounding it with an organic fert and ICT trying to rebuild the good guys. But it is taking its time. I have added a little Fe to help with the customers request for the GREEN lawn. What are your thoughts? And no, I cannot tear it up and start over again, these are sodded lawns and no one is going to pay the money for that.