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Is Fescue commonly used as a turf grass in your area? I don't know Oklahoma well, but I would have thought it too hot in the summers for fescue lawns, except in the shade. A better choice might be Bermuda or Buffalograss. But if fescue does grow well in your area, then you will need to do a bit of overseeding at least once a year, every year. - Next spring, if I were you, I would overseed. - Before, overseeding: (1) Scarify the lawn thoroughly (2) Rake up all of the debris from that and remove it (3) Broadcast your seed using a seed/fertilizer spreader. (4) Apply Scotts Triple Action Built for Seeding fertilizer (5) Keep the seed moist/damp with irrigation by watering multiple times a day for short periods. Do that for about two weeks until you have good germination. Then you can reduce the frequency and up the watering period to a more normal schedule. Scotts Turf Builder Pre Emergent Preventer & Fertilizer Lawn Fertilizer For All Grasses 4000 sq ft - Ace Hardware
https://www.amazon.com/Greenworks-14-Inch-Dethatcher-Scarifier-DT13B00/dp/B09FYVJL56
https://www.amazon.com/Scotts-71131-Wizz-Hand-Held-Spreader/dp/B011HY5Q1K?th=1
 
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