Yes i am, a lot of dragging hoses around. I have 7 zones set up with tent stakes so i know where to to set my sprinklers and my big sprinkler in the back has a timer on it so that helps. For about 45 days i will have to be very careful how i walk on it . I have the 200ft hose run along my sidewalk by the garage, then on mulch past my shed, then along pea gravel where i store my 4 wheeler and boat so i only have to walk on about half of the back yard and none of the front yard. The lawn is to big for irrigation for what i can afford. By the way I'm cheap.
It really is.
I hear you, 1,000%. I love a thick, green stand of turf. All day. Every day.
It is mostly crabgrass that grew back after my first kill. I killed all the creeping charlie and clover in the early spring with weed b gone cco, with 2 apps.social port wrote: ↑Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:09 pmIt really is.
The sprinkler situation was a concern, but it sounds like you've done everything you can to address the issue. FWIW, I did quite a bit of walking on my 'baby grass' last year while it was getting established. I don't recommend it all. I only did so in order to work on connections at my spigot. That being said, that grass (that I ever so lightly, but repeatedly) walked on came out just fine
One other thing: Is that clover I see popping out of the peat? Creeping charlie? Crabgrass?
Was going to wait 7 days and do the flashlight test and couldn't believe my eyes when i looked out this morning and saw the grass babies. Six days isn't what i was expecting, although its mostly up in the shaded areas, for some reason.