Question: Are coffee grounds good fertilizer for potatoes?

Under the grass clippings is a mixture of coffee compost and leafmold. Using coffee grounds with potatoes seems to be working very well. You can see some potatoes growing on the right, only a few inches below the surface. This container might well be full of spuds in a few months!

Why are my potato plants not producing potatoes?

A balance of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus promotes the rapid development of healthy leaves and roots that reach deep into the soil to provide your potato with an abundance of building blocks and water. Excessive application of nitrogen at this time will result in no potatoes on your plants or low potato yields.

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