Take care of your lawn with routine fertilization treatments for your residential or commercial property in Des Moines, West Des Moines, Ankeny or surrounding central Iowa areas.

We use specifically blended fertilizer formulas in six, 5-7 week treatments to stimulate your soil to grow healthy grass.

Specially formulated fertilizer that will be used for a Des Moines lawn.

At A+ Lawn & Landscape, our fertilization program is a routine that is divided into six distinct treatments applied to your property every 5-7 weeks. Proper fertilization begins with using top-of-the-line fertilizers in specifically blended formulas that stimulate your soil to grow strong, healthy grass.

We work across the central Iowa area covering residential and commercial properties in Des Moines, West Des Moines, and Ankeny.


Our Method of Dispersing Fertilizer & When Ongoing Treatments Take Place

We apply our fertilizer at the same time as your weed control. This method is a quick way of both protecting and enhancing your lawn. At A+ Lawn & Landscape, our spray system creates droplets that cling to your lawn to evenly spread weed control, while also spreading our granular fertilizer. This method ensures the fertilizer is evenly dispersed on your property.

Our applications typically start in early spring, around late March or early April, and go through October, with a treatment every 5-7 weeks. Ongoing treatments are vital to the health and continuity of your lawn's growth. 


How Fertilizer Is Formulated & The Requirements of Newly Established Lawns

Most standard fertilizers offer a ratio of 1-0-1 of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium (NPK), and come in options such as slow-release and fast-release fertilizers. Each lawn requires a different formulation of nutrients, which is where soil testing can greatly benefit how your lawn is treated on an annual basis.

Cool season grasses like the types we have in central Iowa typically thrive under slow-release nitrogen-based fertilizers.

Newly established lawns require a bit different mixture of fertilizer. Starter fertilizer is always used for the initial application on newly planted seeds or new sod. This fertilizer is typically phosphorus-based to promote sprouting and germination of the new seedlings. After this initial application, standard fertilizer is used going forward. 


The Benefits of Fertilizing Your Lawn on a Regular Basis

West Des Moines property that has been receiving regular fertilization treatments.

For properties in Des Moines, West Des Moines, and Ankeny, IA, fertilizing on a regular basis is the key to maintaining a healthy, hearty lawn. Continual fertilization treatments help promote and maintain grass that is thick, resistant, and able to withstand environmental conditions.

Healthy lawns are able to bounce back quicker from insect infestation or diseases and are even able to resist these afflictions easier than an untreated lawn. Your grass will be able to grow stronger roots with the help of the added nutrients in the soil


Call for a quote on fertilization application services.

The best benefit of all with fertilization is maintaining a lawn that is the envy of your neighbors! The lush, green grass lends a desirable curb appeal and benefit to your home. Customers will see a difference in as little as a year from the start of fertilization applications. Our lawn care program will help you keep up with your lawn on an annual basis.

Call us today at (515) 289-2020 for a quote on fertilization services for your lawn today! We serve Des Moines, West Des Moines, and Ankeny along with other nearby communities in central Iowa.


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