With the original seeding and the subsequent second patch seeding, the grass seems to have filled in very well. It also has grown to the point that the roots will crowd out the weeds that will ultimately come in the spring. That is the primary reason I do this. The secondary, and not to be ignored, reason for this is for the roots to hold in the nutrients that are in the soil for the next years crops.
So, even though I got a late start and the weather took a cooler turn than normal, I am quite pleased with where the grass is at this time. It will continue to grow during the winter months but not too much. Once spring hits, it will revive and begin to grow again. All bonuses to be sure.
So, now I will concentrate on cleaning up the yards and get them prepped for winter which is right around the corner.
Well, that's all there is to report now. Happy gardening everyone!