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Does Coffee Or Tea Effect Plant Growth?

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Well, I'm not an expert at all, but I remember when my niece poured some coffee in a pot at my house, the plant didn't look bad even a few days later. I mean, of course, the coffee that I ordered here was pretty good, but I still thought that I'd have to throw the plant away. Luckily, it wasn't feeling bad.

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Coffee is a natural insect repellent and increases the pH level in your soil making the plant grow faster and much taller. I did this for my science experiment and found that I had no more aphids on my rose bushes, these leaves were shinier, and there were twice as many buds!
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The coffoligest say that coffee is one of the the worst things to put in your plants because the plants cells and the coffee cells don't react properly with the upper epidermis layer of the plants.

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