Su Ba wrote:I use wood ashes in my compost. Since up until recently I had to deal with acid rain, wood ashes were an important part of my garden soil amendments, I incorporate compost into the gardens between each crop. With long term and perennial crops, it gets used as a mulch and top dressed with fresh grass clippings. Thus wood ash is constantly being applied in small amounts.
I plan to try some coffee spray to see what happens.
Mike Barkley wrote:I add coffee grounds to compost & worm beds. I see it like this ... it helps the soil so therefore the plants are healthier. Since insects generally prefer unhealthy plants the pests become less of an issue. If I had a source for large amounts of organic coffee grounds I would add a lot more.
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