Using Coffee as Fertilizer - Coffee Fact

Coffee grounds can be used as a great tool for fertilizer. Grounds of coffee will not initially add nitrogen to your soil but this can be used as a long term benefit. Where the grounds can really help is with water retention, drainage, and also benefiting things like microorganisms which help plants to grow. Also if you have plants that love acid use fresh unused grounds to add acidity to the soil (if you use expended/used grounds those are nearly PH neutral).




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