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lorrainek
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Just wondering if anyone has used their left over green tea leaves in the garden. I'm guessing that it would be good for plants (ie: tomatoes). Anyone been there / done that?

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My old head nurse used to eat them in her salad.


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Well I put my used tealeaves in my compost with all the rest green kichen trash....


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Ever since you posted this before Dr. D I do the same thing with Mr. Itaru.  Not everytime, but just about.

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Ever since you posted this before Dr. D I do the same thing with Mr. Itaru.  Not everytime, but just about.

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do you pick out the brown rice kernals  


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do you pick out the brown rice kernals


Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't...they float on top of the water in the tea pot I use that has a removable strainer inside.

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Interesting idea...this is a great way and nutrient dense method to add compost to one's garden and 'recycle' beneficial, and often expensive tea leaves.

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Ever since you posted this before Dr. D I do the same thing with Mr. Itaru. Not everytime, but just about.

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Me too Debra! The ones I don't use in my salads I put them in my compost for my garden  


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