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Discussion in 'Environment' started by editec, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. editec
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    editec Mr. Forgot-it-All

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    Yup.

    Used coffee grounds make excellent compost without doubt.

    Not only their chemical composition but also the physical structure of the grinds makes for excellent compositing material.






    This was not the orignal post, which was spam which was moderated away. The rest of the posts looked interesting, so the thread still lives. BM
     
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    this is the the interesting news here.
     
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    Am I to assume these grounds aren't baseless?
     
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    meh.........trust me, 99.9999% of people are throwing their coffee grounds in the garbage tomorrow am...........


    HOLY MOTHER OF GOD..............this is the next crime the k00k enviroenmentalists will want: jail if you dont use your coffee grinds for compost!!
     
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    I've been putting coffee grounds on roses and azaleas for a few years. Not bad at all. I should have my first rose of the year in a couple of days.
     

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