TEA WASTE FERTILIZER: Used Tea Bags Coffee Grounds for Plants | Organic Best Fertilizer for Rose

Many of us enjoy tea or coffee on a daily
basis and you must be pleased to know that our plants and garden also enjoy these beverages
as well, but at zero cost. In this video, Let�s learn about the top
benefits of using used tea bags or tea waste and also used coffee grounds for our plants
and garden. And at the end of the video, How to make and
store tea waste fertilizer that can be used consistently for your flowering plants plus
the dosage to offer for these plants. That�s coming up.. Welcome back! If you are a hobby gardener or interested
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that you won�t miss anything. What is garbage in your kitchen can actually
turn into treasure in your garden! Used Tea and Coffee grounds have unique uses
in garden. We will quickly look into the top benefits
of tea waste and coffee grounds for plants and garden. 1. As An excellent ORGANIC FERTILIZER. The tea and coffee wastes contain tannic acid
and other nutrients. Best use is on flowering plants like the rose
which can increase flowering in these plants both in quality and quantity. Lets first quickly list out at all the other
benefits first, then at the end will discuss on how to make this fertilizer and how to
use it. 2. In Composting: Best used in vermicomposting,
because the worms love these and digest them fast to produce results fast. That means it speeds up the process of vermicomposting. Most of the tea bags can be dropped into the
compost bin as it is, because they are made up of bio-degradable material, exception is
polypropylene bags which look like plastic. 3. Weed suppression : Tea bags waste also helps
prevent growth of unwanted plants that is weeds if sprinkled around your plants. 4. Keep your pets like Cats away from your plants
� like you can stop them from urinating on your favourite plants � both indoors
as well as outdoor plants. 5. Drive away Certain pests like the root maggots,
slugs, snails and cockroaches. 6. Offer a Slightly Acidic PH to acid loving
plants. It slightly lowers the soil PH due to its
tannic acid content and hence benefit acid loving plants. 7. Making a well drained potting mix: You can
used this dried tea waste as an alternative to perlite and vermiculite as it also helps
in moisture retention and makes a well draining soil for container gardening. You can watch my separate video on What is
Perlite and Vermiculite from a link at top right corner of this video. Okay, Now How to make this awesome tea waste
fertilizer for rose and other flowering plants and how much to offer them. For this you start collecting the used tea
or coffee grounds in a container and then rinse in water and dry this in sunlight for
1 or 2 days and then store this in a dry container. That�s it, you can now start offering this
to your plants once every 15 days, like about 4 � 5 teaspoons onto the soil after raking
the soil thoroughly. This will boost flowering and overall health
of the plants. One more bonus tip here is: You can make this
mix more special and powerful just like a Multi-vitamin for your plants: by mixing some
powdered iron tablets + few calcium tablets available from your local pharmacy. You can also add egg shell powder as a substitute
for calcium. Please also watch my video on egg shell uses
in gardening from the link at top right corner of this video. So there we have it folks, that was our quick
episode on using used tea bags on your plants. If you have some more tips, please suggest
them in the comments section below the video. Also give a thumbs up if you like the video
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62 thoughts on “TEA WASTE FERTILIZER: Used Tea Bags Coffee Grounds for Plants | Organic Best Fertilizer for Rose

  1. What a great use of kitchen waste like used tea dust waste on plants. thank you so much for enlightening us with this awesome information.

  2. Thank you! I'm poor, but I got a christmas cactus as a gift last year. I know I'm supposed to fertilize it regularly, but I'm kinda clueless and hoping for a cheap solution. I'll try this out! Because I do drink a lot of tea!!

  3. Great information on Coffee grounds for plants etc. Really it is much useful to me at my backyard gardening. I started procuring the used coffee grounds from the local coffee shop. ధన్యవాదములు ..Merry Christmas! Amarnath Rajamahendravaram Andhra Pradesh India,

  4. Hello sir, thank u for ur awesome information and excellent explanation, sir can I use coffee grounds and tea waste at a time?

  5. Thank you
    You are the only one I found on you tube from our country who made a video on waste used tea powder
    Thank you once again for the complete information

  6. Sir , saw your video of tea & coffee waste in garden.
    Can we mix tea & coffee waste together and use or we have to use separately.

  7. Sir fresh tea and coffee grounds use kar sakti hu batadena plzzz ( not used) q ki ham log coffee or tea ham pita nhi so fresh coffee and tea use karu I love plants soooooo much sir.meera plants ko bachha jese palti hu.with ac me rak kar.only 3 gante aata hei dhoop garke andar me
    Kuwait se.

  8. Can i use unused green tea leafs as fertilizer for my jasmine plant which is not flowering.. what else i can use organically to boost the flowers.. tq

  9. Sir can ferrous sulphate be used as a source of iron in roses? If yes then please tell me the dosage. Thank you.

  10. Sir can I use coffee grounds? If yes then in what quantity and frequency and whether it can be used in summer say April

  11. hi. how to increase the leaf size of money plant.. does nitrogen rich fertiliser be helpful? can u suggest some homemade fertilizer for big money plant leaves. thankyou.

  12. My rose plants in pots are not at all healthy with curling new leaves and buds becoming brown. Kindly reply what to do and what is the problem. I'll be very grateful if you reply sir.

  13. Wow!
    I never knew this, I just started to collect tea bags now to make compost at home.
    Thanks a lot

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