How to use old coffee grounds in the garden?
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Use used coffee grounds in your garden as a natural, organic fertilizer.
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For those who didn’t hear anything about reading below How To Use Old Coffee Grounds In the Garden:
Sprinkle used coffee grounds around your plants to protect them against destructive garden pests like ants, snails, and slugs. It has even been said that old grounds mixed with dried orange peel will keep away some small mammals like cats.
Fertilize Your Garden
Another frequent use of old coffee grounds is as an organic fertilizer. They work well anytime you want more nitrogen and moisture in the soil, such as when you’re digging new planting beds for heavy-feeding vegetables, fruits, and flowers.
Compost It for Later
Old coffee grounds are one of the best ways to add nitrogen to your compost pile, which is often a lacking element in urban or suburban composting. They can go right into the compost pail, and just give the pile a bit of a stir when you add the pail with the coffee grounds, to make sure they spread out well in the pile. You want to spread them out not only for the added nitrogen but because they are great at retaining moisture and keeping your pile active.
Caffeine for Carrots?
Your carrots will love you back if you share your old grounds with them at planting time. Before you sow carrot seeds, mix them with some old dried coffee grounds to give them an energy boost right from the get-go. You’ll get bigger and better products with the added bonus of deterring pests that want to eat your carrots before you do.
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