Originally Posted by russian420
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.
when to stop feed this ?
•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.