Fertilization & Weed Control Specialists
Green Care Turf Management is a local, family-owned business specializing in soil analysis, fertilization, and weed control for turf and landscaped areas. We begin with a site visit and complete graphical soil analysis, which allow us to tailor a fertilization and weed control program to meet your site needs and your goals.
We pride ourselves on providing personal, friendly customer service. We proudly serve residential and commercial customers in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford, Pulaski, Dublin, Giles County, and Bluefield, Virginia, as well as Bluefield and Princeton, West Virginia.
Our Customers Say
“We moved in to a new construction home, and the lawn looked to have been seeded with more weed seed than grass seed. Harvey came and did an evaluation of our lawn and determined what type of treatment was needed. The lawn soon looked 500% better! We have been very pleased with the service from Green Care, and because of their hard work we now have a healthy lush green lawn.”
“I put off calling Green Care last year, and finally this spring, I had them start working on my lawn. Within a month, almost of my weeds were gone, and the grass was filling in. In one season, it is a night and day difference! Great job, Harvey and team!”
“Green Care did an excellent job mulching and edging our beds at our Radford home. They also do our weekly maintenanc
e. Give them a try – excellent service at a fair price!”
Personalized programs. Personal service.
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