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Old 10-03-2018, 03:11 PM #1
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worms like used coffee beans,i start compost old soil and used coffee beans,buying box earthworm alon,only concerne because using salt fertilizer,now try litle different,is it fatal my worms?i use egg shell also are my worms eat these to.sorry my english write that whit babelfish
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Your worms should be fine.


Coffee & egg shells make a wonderful compost that the worms would love to digest.


May I suggest a book called Worms Eat My Garbage for you to pick up and read?
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Old 10-04-2018, 03:27 PM #3
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If you add birds to the mix, they will eat the egg-shells and pick through the coffee grounds, spreading it all around. Also they add their own manure to the mix, which definitely adds fertilizer value.
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I heard some where that egg shells also deter slugs as they get cut to hell on them.
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Can i Use coffee that is left in the filter after brewing ?

Must it be organic Coffee ?

How to use coffee in Organic Soil indoors ?

When start give? When stop give ?

What does this contain or give the plants?
Has random coffee any N-P-K number or numbers?

Top dress?
Mix in soil from start?
good in Tea mix ?

does the smoke taste coffee ? LOL
when to stop feed this ?
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Old 03-21-2019, 08:56 PM #6
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Can i Use coffee that is left in the filter after brewing ? YES

Must it be organic Coffee ? NO

How to use coffee in Organic Soil indoors ? TOPDRESS AND WATER OR USE IN [V]COMPOST

When start give? When stop give ? NOT IN FLOWER

What does this contain or give the plants? NITROGEN BOOST
Has random coffee any N-P-K number or numbers?

Top dress? YES
Mix in soil from start? NO
good in Tea mix ? MAYBE A NUTRIENT TEA

does the smoke taste coffee ? LOL ONE WOULD WISH. I MIGHT BE MOVING TO COLORADO SOON, GOING TO BE A COFFEE FLAVORED CANNABIS TYCOON.
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https://extension.oregonstate.edu/ga...nds-composting
•Coffee grounds are about 2% nitrogen by volume.
•Grounds are not acidic; the acid in coffee is water-soluble so the acid is mostly in the coffee.
•Coffee grounds are close to pH neutral (between 6.5 - 6.8 pH).
•Coffee grounds improve soil tilth or structure.
•Coffee grounds are an excellent nitrogen source for composting. They have a C/N ratio of 20/1. In informal trials with OSU/Lane County Extension Service, Compost Specialists sustained temperatures of 140 O-160 OF have been recorded for up to two weeks (when coffee grounds were 25% of the material in the compost pile by volume).
•Anecdotal evidence suggests coffee grounds repel slugs and snails in the garden.
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Old 03-21-2019, 10:39 PM #7
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Great info MM, sorry out of rep.

You don't know how many times I have heard that used coffee grounds are too acidic.
Your post makes sense. Guess I could have proved that myself with pH test
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My worms seem to love my used Folgers grounds, filter and all.
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Must try topdress some Coffee in veg
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