Has anyone experimented with attempting to supplement with high N compost/coffee grounds, etc in order to keep the logs from creating food web nutrient scavenging? I have just started myself. I have a few small beds that I pilled fresh used coffee ground in half the bed. In another bed I pilled grounds that had been composted only for a month with straw/sawdust (with tons of mycelium growing all over them). Anyone have any results good/bad? I get 30 lbs of coffee compost a week so I'm all ears about how to use this stuff effectively.
Possible pros: increased mycelial growth; free supplemental nutrients for the first year as the mycelium and food web kicks in; increased decomposition of the logs