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What does coffee do to your plants?


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This depends on the plant, of course. Coffee is acidic, but it can be quite good for plants. If your plants like acidity, coffee can be beneficial.

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plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil

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If your soil has more alkaline in it then yes, coffee is spectacular for plants.

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There are approximately 40 species of coffee plants. However, the actual coffee drink are mainly made out of 3 of those species, namely the arabic coffee, robusta coffee and liberica coffee.

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Coffee plants produce beans, which is what is used for coffee.


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