Bright green patches
Over the past few years I've developed a lawn that's a patchwork of different coloured grasses. 80% is uniform, and fortunately the street-facing yard is the nicest looking but the side and back yards have all sorts of different colours, including some vivid lime-green areas. In addition, these bright green patches are growing like mad; after a week they'll hit 5" whereas the more traditional darker fescues will be 2.75 to 3"
I would say 50% of my lawn needs a sun/shade mix (under tall oaks), 25% can do full sun and 25% deep shade (northern exposure and/or under foliage). In the past I've used Scotts Deep Shade Mix for those shady areas and Scotts pure premium sun/shade mix for the rest. The nicest parts of the lawn up front are using John Deere Landscapes "Park & Athletic mix" and I will be overseeding with this every year from now on.
Any ideas on what I can do to get a uniform colour to my lawn? I buy my supplies at Lesco/JDL in NJ so any specific product numbers and application rates would be appreciated.