My Ohio,mostly blue grass lawn has two major issues: snow mold and crabgrass. I feel like I am chasing my tail. Neither issue seems to go away, in fact they seem to be getting worse. Last spring I removed the snow mold damaged grass and re seeded. After a few weeks, I applied Turfbuilder with Haltz. Everything came back to life after much work. Summer went on, I applied some summer fertilizer and all was good for a while. Around mid-to late August, the crabgrass came back with a vengance, especially in the areas that suffered the snow mold damage. I spent weeks pulling crabgrass. I finally got the lawn crabgrass free, but I know the lawn is full of crabgrass seed just waiting to wage war on my lower back again. Then in the fall, I put down Scotts winterizer. The lawn seemed to be holding up fine, until the snow melted. I got to welcome my old friend snow mold again. The snow mold is going strong in the same areas as last year, plus some new areas. How should I deal with the snow mold? Remove the damaged sod, re seed with some starter fertilizer? What about crabgrass control in those areas? Would lime help at all? Anyone know an airforce pilot that would be willing to practice some pin point bombing on my lawn?