Anonymous added on June 7, 2015 | Answered

Is ground coffee good for plants? Not the grounds but the actual coffee itself grounded. Like packaged coffee. If it is useful, what are some of the uses?

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Answered on June 7, 2015

Whether it's ground coffee beans or fresh coffee grounds, unused coffee grounds are best put in the compost pile. You can also till them into the soil at the end of the season, which will give them time to break down and add nutrients to your soil. At any rate, they are a great soil conditioner and fertilizer for plants.

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