We all love coffee, especially in the morning. Read this list of uses, and learn how to recycle and reuse coffee again.
Use coffee grounds in the garden:Pest repellent
Sprinkle coffee grounds in your garden to ward of ants, snails, slugs and other plants. Mix coffee grounds and dried orange peel to keep away cats.Natural fertilizer
Coffee is the greatest natural fertilizer for acid-loving plants like azaleas, hydrangeas, rhododendrons, camellias, and roses. Mix coffee grounds, grass clippings, brown leaves and dry straw. Coffee grounds give your soil enough nitrogen, potassium, and magnesium. This fertilizer is low in phosphorus and calcium, which makes it a poor choice for encouraging blooms and fruiting. Add lime or wood ash to your fertilizer to obtain a complete fertilizer.Compost it for later
If you don’t need to use any fertilizer at the moment, add the grounds to your compost heap. Coffee grounds are abundant in nitrogen, and it will attract beneficial worms. Limit the amount of grounds to regulate the ratio of “green” to “brown” matter.Carrots and caffeine
Add coffee grounds to your carrots at planting time. Combine the tiny seeds with dried coffee grounds to give them enough energy. Your carrots will grow big, and you will keep them safe from pests.
Use coffee grounds at home:Absorb food odors
Coffee grounds can act like baking soda when it comes to absorbing food odors in the fridge. Load up a small cup with coffee grounds, and keep it in your fridge. You can later add the grounds from your fridge to your compost pile.Natural abrasive
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