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 ...
Lab report: Those free coffee grounds really are good for your garden soil.
Feb 18, 2013 ... ... various wilts. How do you use coffee grounds in your garden? ..... Anyway, I will
be using more of our coffee grounds this year for sure! I read ...
There are several ways you can put used coffee grounds
to work in your garden
Put coffee grounds
in your compost bin. Just don't add too many at once, because the acidity could bother your worms. A cup or so of grounds
per week for a small worm bin is perfect. More »
Since I'm an organic mulch advocate, I investigated the science behind using
coffee grounds in the garden and landscape. There's actually a lot of research
Jan 8, 2015 ... 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 ...
According to "The New York Times 100 Gardening Questions and Answers,"
using coffee grounds as mulch may help repel pests including squirrels and
It's great to sip coffee in the garden, but when you're done, don't toss the grounds
in the trash. Using them in the garden will help you produce more veggies.
coffee cup and coffee grounds ... had an endless supply of coffee grounds,
makes for a good mulch spread over your garden to keep ... Will start using for