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Soil and Composting: coffee pods in soil?

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Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

June 24, 2010
6:51 PM

Post #7918000

Is anyone throwing whole used coffee pods in their soil? Any thoughts on doing so?
North Ridgeville, OH
(Zone 5b)

June 24, 2010
7:04 PM

Post #7918054

I toss 'em in my compost pile, but you can use them anyplace. If you want them to break down faster, cut them open first.


Anne Arundel,, MD
(Zone 7b)

June 26, 2010
6:11 AM

Post #7921626

You'd think they just used paper fibers so yeh they should be fine
Phoenix, AZ

June 28, 2010
11:53 AM

Post #7927913

I even compost paper towels & tea bags (minus the metal staple).

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