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Old 07-24-2013, 02:16 PM
44DCNF 44DCNF is offline
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I can't give you real world feedback to the acidity issue, as I don't often test it, but based on results obtained they do great in my compost pile (worms seem to love them and will congregate nearer to any that are added) and have been beneficial as a side dressing in the garden to both amend the soil and deter pests. Anywhere I've used my composted grounds on turf it does exceptionally well (repairs to problem spots, divots, etc.), but I've not applied spent grounds directily to topdress turf.

Then too, my area's soil can stand a little acidification.
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