The Q&A Archives: coffee grounds

Question: Are coffee grounds any use to lawns?

Answer: Coffee grounds are a good organic source of nitrogen. Yes, they can be spread around plants and on lawns. They decompose slowly, adding a steady supply of nitrogen and are unlikely to burn plant roots. It's also a good way to reduce the amount of waste sent to the landfills. You can also put them in a compost pile.

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