Coffee Grounds

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Coffee grounds have many functions as followed:(1). The US EPA: United States Environmental Protection Agency points out that many mosquitoes hate the aroma of coffee. Sprinkling dried coffee grounds or burning coffee grounds can prevent interference from the mosquito. (2). Coffee grounds have the characteristics of moisture absorption and deodorization. During the roasting process of coffee grounds, coffee beans will form a porous structure that can absorb peculiar odors. The remaining coffee grounds have carbon elements and many small pores, which can not only absorb moisture but also remove the unpleasant and disgusting smell. (3). The material can help to remove dirt and absorbing grease, and fine particles of the coffee grounds also have great detergency. (4). Coffee grounds have the properties of exfoliating. Due to the caffeine contained, old dead skin cells can be removed. (5). Coffee grounds contain about 2% nitrogen content, which can provide the energy to the bacteria that help to convert organic matter into fertilizer since the coffee grounds will promote the growth of microorganisms in the soil when they consume nitrogen. After the coffee grounds are decomposed, nitrogen fertilizer can provide nutrients to plants. Coffee grounds can lower the pH values of the soil and make the soil slightly acidic, which is very suitable for plants that like acidic soil. If the dried coffee grounds are mixed with the culture soil and spread on the bottom layer of the flowerpot. Therefore, the structure of the underlying soil will be firmer, and the circulation of water and air will be better, which effectively promotes the development of plate roots. more

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Coffee grounds have many functions as followed:(1). The US EPA: United States Environmental Protection Agency points out that many mosquitoes hate the aroma of coffee. Sprinkling dried coffee grounds or burning coffee grounds can prevent interference from the mosquito. (2). Coffee grounds have the characteristics of moisture absorption and deodorization. During the roasting process of coffee grounds, coffee beans will form a porous structure that can absorb peculiar odors. The remaining coffee grounds have carbon elements and many small pores, which can not only absorb moisture but also remove the unpleasant and disgusting smell. (3). The material can help to remove dirt and absorbing grease, and fine particles of the coffee grounds also have great detergency. (4). Coffee grounds have the properties of exfoliating. Due to the caffeine contained, old dead skin cells can be removed. (5). Coffee grounds contain about 2% nitrogen content, which can provide the energy to the bacteria that help to convert organic matter into fertilizer since the coffee grounds will promote the growth of microorganisms in the soil when they consume nitrogen. After the coffee grounds are decomposed, nitrogen fertilizer can provide nutrients to plants. Coffee grounds can lower the pH values of the soil and make the soil slightly acidic, which is very suitable for plants that like acidic soil. If the dried coffee grounds are mixed with the culture soil and spread on the bottom layer of the flowerpot. Therefore, the structure of the underlying soil will be firmer, and the circulation of water and air will be better, which effectively promotes the development of plate roots.