Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: "Swamptown", SC
Here is another question for you guys and gals, what about using coffee grounds?
Many Starbucks will give their used grounds for people to use in their gardens, after doing a little research, the used grounds are great for plants liking acidic soil.
Hence, if coffee grounds lower the ph and also contain minerals that would help the plants, does anyone think this is plausible?
I'm going to test it out with some bog plants first, and then use a control with some other plants to see if it has any adverse affects on the water chemistry other than ph...if it doesn't seem to be to bad I'll test it with some of my common guppies to see how they take to it....
I figure it will have no more affect than peat in an aquarium, so what do you all think?