Is coffee good for plants?

Answer yes if you use diluted black coffee. It will not substitute for proprietary fertilizer, but it can give your plants an extra shot of nitrogen and acidify their soil a little.

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Are Coffee Grounds Good for Tomato Plants?

Using coffee grounds as a mulch or fertilizer for your tomato plants is a free source of nutrients for your plants. If you are not a coffee drinker, consider asking your local coffee shop or conven... Read More »

Are used, coffee grounds good for fertilizer on green foliage plants?

A lab test analysis showed that: "the grounds provide generous amounts of phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and copper.They also release nitrogen into the soil as they degrade."Nitrogen is great fo... Read More »

Are there any good ways to remove the coffee smell from a plastic coffee container?

Don't use bleach. Even though it may get rid of the coffee smell, you will have a nasty bleach smell in the plastic! (Been there, done that!) Vinegar will work as it cuts the natural oils in the ... Read More »

Kona Coffee Plants?

Kona coffee is not a type of coffee plant; instead, it is a marketing term for the naturally growing Arabica coffee plant grown and harvested in Kona, Hawaii, on the western side of the island. Acc... Read More »