Answer: If you put your lawn on a regular feeding, watering and mowing schedule, it will grow thick and lush enough to crowd out most weeds. Turfgrass needs to be watered once or twice a week, depending upon weather. Deep soakings are preferable to daily sprinklings. Scott's Turfbuilder is a great product. Plan on feeding your lawn in April, June, September and late November or early December. Since you fed in late March, you can feed again in mid-June. Use turf builder with weed control if you still have broadleaf weeds in your lawn. Or, while waiting to fertilize in mid-June, you can dig out the largest weeds and reseed the areas. Grass seeds usually germinate in 7-10 days and it should be safe to feed by mid-June.
Best wishes with your garden!
Keep at it and you'll have a terrific lawn.
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