Are coffee grounds good for tomato plants?
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Coffee grounds can be used as a tomato plant fertiliser. Tomato plants love nitrogen, and coffee grounds are a rich source of nitrogen. However, coffee grounds should be used in moderation, as too much nitrogen can lead to leafy growth rather than fruit production. Used coffee grounds can also help to improve drainage and aeration in the soil.