Today I went to my neighborhood Starbucks requested by the wife, when I pulled up to the window they had a couple of these bags there. I had saw how they can help with certain things.
I was wondering when should I add it to my top soil or even make a compost tea with it and introduce to my plant.
Read your comments on this @ that page…I saw where you mentioned Discus fish…Oh man I love Discus…I had them in my aquariums back in the day…I do miss my aquariums…for different reasons I haven’t had one for years now… I grew up with aquariums and fish…* Just sparked a long forgotten but loved passion of mine…
I paid for college in the late 90s breeding discus. The bed in my room was surrounded by a horseshoe of discus tanks. I had 16 breeding pairs at the height of my breeding. I found many pairs would spawn but not raise the babies. My trick was to use my best rearing pair as permanent surrogates. I would give everyone else’s fry to them. This worked awesomely well. It also worked well at parties to invite nice ladies to come see my fishtank. Ha
Interesting side note, I would grow lots of dank in the aquarium cabinets. Short sized sea of green style under power-compact bulbs back then.
Thanks the pics bring back memories!!! They are such cool fish…although I had a few get “hole in the head disease”…very depressing…Ive always wanted a tropical tank and a salt water …Of course I heard that SW was hard to maintain…I want to breed Sea Horses ??? or at least raise them…Think it would be fun!!
Interesting. I just got a 10# bag of grounds and I’ll be tossing them into my bag of old FFOF along with some used coco. It’s almost certainly a recipe for failure, but I’ll be growing outdoor whatever feels like growing, so if it works I’ll happily report back.
I use old coffee grounds for my jalapeño plant. It loves them.
I save my household coffee grounds to compost! Then again I compost everything besides meats, fats, and bones! Also need to take a trip deep into the woods once spring hits to get some good composting materials!