I'm finishing up year two at our new house in south Anchorage. The previous owners did the typical Weed & Feed lawn treatments that pretty much everyone around here does. But I elected to try a different approach and try not to use any herbicides or pesticides. Every May and September, I've been adding lime, an organic fertilizer called Sustane 8𠂼 from Alaska Mill & Feed, and finally Corn Gluten Meal at about 20# per 1,000 square feet to try and control dandelions and clover. During the summer, I mulch mow about once a week. The problem is I am still ending up with just as many dandelions and clover as I started with two years ago. As long as I keep weeding every three-four weeks, the lawn looks great, but I am getting tired of all the work. What am I doing wrong with the Corn Gluten Meal? I've heard there are people in Alaska that have used it to control weeds with great success, but so far I am not one of them. Am I applying it at the wrong times of year or not using enough? I'll try this one more year but if things don't change, I'm giving up and crossing over to the dark side with the Weed & Feed. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!