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Classic Threads: Soil & Fertilizer: Used coffee grounds as manure?

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Dinu

Dinu
Mysore
India
(Zone 10a)

June 26, 2002
11:38 AM

Post #34080

We get quite a quantity of coffee powder remains/leftovers. The decoction is filtered and drunk as a popular beverage. Is this leftover powder different from what I see under 'coffee grounds'? Or is that something else? What can its use be in my garden? I use tea leaves (leftovers) also in my garden.

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