Reusing that coffee ground

Some great ideas to reuse our used coffee grounds for your plants and garden Sprinkle used grounds around plants before rain or watering, for a slow-release nitrogen. Add to compost piles to increase nitrogen balance.  Coffee filters and tea bags break down rapidly during composting. Dilute with water for a gentle, fast-acting liquid fertilizer.  Use about a 250g of wet grounds in a 19L of water; let sit outdoors to achieve ambient temperature. Mix into soil for houseplants or new vegetable beds. Encircle the base of the plant with a coffee and eggshell barrier to repel pests. If you are into vermi-posting, feed a little bit to your worms Ask for a bag on your next visit and let’s do our little part to help reduce waste on this island. Above tips were extracted from here with minor metric conversions.

Some great ideas to reuse our used coffee grounds for your plants and garden

  • Sprinkle used grounds around plants before rain or watering, for a slow-release nitrogen.
  • Add to compost piles to increase nitrogen balance.  Coffee filters and tea bags break down rapidly during composting.
  • Dilute with water for a gentle, fast-acting liquid fertilizer.  Use about a 250g of wet grounds in a 19L of water; let sit outdoors to achieve ambient temperature.
  • Mix into soil for houseplants or new vegetable beds.
  • Encircle the base of the plant with a coffee and eggshell barrier to repel pests.
  • If you are into vermi-posting, feed a little bit to your worms

Ask for a bag on your next visit and let’s do our little part to help reduce waste on this island.

Above tips were extracted from here with minor metric conversions.

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