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Who would have thought that old, used coffee grounds would have so many different uses? Coffee and Your Garden gives a new meaning to waking up to coffee in your cup. Arthur Kundell shares everything you need to know to put to good use that which usually winds up in landfills. One thing to remember is that even though coffee has many benefits, fertilizer is not one of them. That said, what are some of the benefits of coffee in your garden and other places? Some of the areas that can benefit from the use of coffee grounds are composting agents, vermicomposting, a medium for growing mushrooms, mulch, and even fuel. Arthur also spends time debunking many myths concerning coffee grounds. Not only can you enjoy your morning cup of coffee, but now you can appreciate the benefits for a long time after drinking it.
Do you enjoy coffee but hate the waste of coffee grounds? Maybe you have gone green and wonder how you can help the environment and get rid of your waste coffee grounds at the same time. If so, you are in luck, as Arthur Kundell has shared many ways to use old coffee grounds. I love azaleas and roses. Both plants can significantly benefit from coffee grounds when appropriately applied. One of the uses Arthur shares in Coffee and Your Garden is a neat project you can do with your children. It is turning coffee grounds into a fuel log. Learning about all the uses of coffee grounds is both exciting and motivating. Read this book to learn more innovative ways of using waste coffee grounds.