How to Use Coffee Grounds in the Garden
The next time you finish your morning coffee, think twice before you dump out the coffee grounds. Gardens can benefit from grounds, but not necessarily in the ways you may expect. Coffee grounds don't supply abundant nitrogen, and they won't do much to...
I am spreading coffee grounds from the local Bagelsmith under my five-year old
... using shredded newspapers and cardboard as the 'dry browns' in a compost ...
Mar 3, 2016 ... Looking for a great pick-me-up for your plants? Then consider putting your used
coffee grounds to work in the garden. The following article will ...
Lab report: Those free coffee grounds really are good for your garden soil.
Is coffee really good for the garden? Yes! Use coffee grounds in the vegetable
garden to improve soil structure and nitrogen levels. Learn how.
Feb 18, 2013 ... Luckily, the grounds are almost as valuable as the liquid coffee, and we save
them for use in the garden, thereby getting the most bang for our ...
According to "The New York Times 100 Gardening Questions and Answers,"
using coffee grounds as mulch may help repel pests including squirrels and
Add coffee grounds to your compost. One of the simplest ways to use leftover
grounds is to add them to the rest of your compost. In addition to providing extra ...
Mar 24, 2010 ... Using Coffee Grounds in the Garden - March 24, 2010. Jeff Schalau, Associate
Agent, Agriculture & Natural Resources University of Arizona ...
in the compost pile by volume). Anecdotal evidence suggests coffee grounds
repel slugs and snails in the garden. How do I use coffee grounds? Spread the ...