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do coffee grounds help plants grow

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Coffee grounds are a good source of nutrients for plants. Coffee grounds are an inexpensive way to acidify your soil when it is too alkaline. For indoor plants, coffee grounds sprinkle on top of the soil. When water seeps through the grounds, it adds nitrogen to the soil. Coffee grounds outside attract worms, which aerate and fertilize the soil.

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