Good morning all. I've got a quick question, if you please. Yesterday I got busy on my lawn with a truck FULL of compost that I brought home from work, along with some corn gluten (for preemergent use). I spread the corn gluten first, then spread/shoveled out the compost and gently (with the back of the garden rake) spread it out really thin. Watered gently. Does this sound about right to y'all? (and yes, I understand that I've put the cart before the horse here... tsk tsk, shame on me!). I really want to get a decent lawn for a change, but HATE having to put down a ton of chemicals (ie: lawn fertilizers all fall long). I'd read somewhere that, if ya just feed the lawn's soil with compost, early spring and fall, and use corn gluten in EARLY spring, clean up excess thatch as necessary (which is not necessary in my lawn, btw), mow HIGH (which I do), and allow the grass clippings to fall where they may, it should be a tremendous help. Am I missing anything? My soil is NOT compacted, it's just recently been entirely re-done... excavated and evened out), so I'm not worried too much about aerating at the moment. So, thoughts on my plan? Do any of you use compost on your lawn? Or corn gluten?