These 5 amazing ways to use coffee grounds in the garden is excellent addition as a soil amendment & fertilizer to your garden soil (in small amounts) and compost pile.
You can also till LARGE amounts of coffee grounds into your garden soil at the end of the growing season which will give them plenty of time to breakdown and add nutrients to your soil. Coffee grounds contain nitrogen, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and trace amount of minerals including copper. So start saving your coffee grounds now !
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