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I have been mixing used coffee grounds into the soil around my pepper plant and it seems to be dying, AM I DOING WRONG? It lasted three seasons without the coffee grounds.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 06/08/2017 @ 7:38 am

Coffee grounds can be beneficial to your Pepper plants, but too much can lead to your plant having lots of leaves, but no peppers.
Aim for 1/2 inch of coffee grounds around the perimeter of the plant and work into the top soil. This amount should be sufficient for 2 months.
There can be other issues causing the plant stress.
The links below will help you pinpoint the problem.

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