Use Coffee Grounds In The Garden

The next time you have coffee grounds, dump them in the garden. They will keep slugs and other pests away.

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October 2, 20170 found this helpful

Coffee grounds are NOT fertilizer or compost! Quite the opposite!
You might as well use sawdust or gravel.

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I toss coffee grounds onto the path between rows of raspberries. Beats having to mow between the rows.
Have FUN!
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