Are Coffee Grounds Good for Plants?

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Coffee grounds are good for the plants since they are source of nitrogen, calcium and magnesium. All these nutrients are beneficial to the plants. In addition to this, the coffee grounds increase the acidity of the soil and also help to eliminate certain pests such as snails, slugs and ants from your garden.
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