Many years ago a colleague told me that she lived with her parents who had a very large garden. They grew flowers and an abundance of oversize, prize vegetables. Her father was the gardener and his secret was to go into the garden each night and urinate.
COFFEE GROUNDS – Acid-loving plants such as tomatoes, blueberries, roses and azaleas may get a jolt out of coffee grounds mixed into the soil. But more likely it’s the nitrogen that helps. Sprinkled on top of the ground before watering or pour a liquid version on top of the soil. If using as a soil drench, soak 6 cups of coffee grounds in a 5 gallon bucket of water. Let it sit for 2-3 days and then saturate the soil around your plants.