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Fertilization & Weed Control

The no-worry approach to creating and maintaining a beautiful lawn in central Missouri is consistent feedings from All-n-One of well-balanced and properly-timed nutrients… combined with effective weed control. So, sit back and let us help you develop landscape of your dreams.

There are few other tactics and approaches that will improve the color and health of your lawn as much as simply fertilizing your lawn will. Proper fertilization will make your lawn greener, thicker, fuller, and more luscious. We know that fertilizing your lawn by hand by yourself can be quite the daunting task.

“What kind of fertilizer should I use?”
“How much do I need to use each time?”
“How often do we need to fertilize our yard to keep it looking its best?”

This is why we offer lawn fertilization services to help our clients create the freshest, greenest, most beautiful lawns.

Let us take your yard to the next level and make you the envy of the neighborhood with our fertilization and weed control services! Get a quote today.

Frequently Asked Lawn Fertilization Questions

What form of fertilizer should I use?

Home gardeners commonly use granular or liquid forms of fertilizer. Granular fertilizers can be water soluble (fast) or slow-release materials. Slow release fertilizers are formulated to release nutrients over several months so one application in spring may be all that is necessary. Liquid fertilizers are fast-acting and can be applied when you water.

Are fertilizers harmful to pets or kids?

Fertilizers, like many other household chemicals, should be kept out of the reach of children and pets.

Is it possible to fertilize too much?

Yes, over-fertilization can stunt growth.  More is rarely better when using fertilizers. Always read and follow label recommendations for fertilizer rates, dilutions, and application guidelines. If you are ever in doubt, always err on the conservative side or use less fertilizer.

Why are some fertilizers blue or pink?

Dyes are added to some fertilizers to identify them as a fertilizer and so that you can loosely determine how much you are applying. As you would expect, a dark blue solution contains higher amounts of nutrients than a light blue solution.