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In the Garden, with Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance

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In the Garden, with Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance

  Spring Has Sprung...   And so have Paso Wine Country Gardens!  The vines are waking up from the dormant winter and so are the gardens of Paso Robles Wine Country! Wondering what wine to pair with your fruits and vegetables? Peek into the gardens of Zina Miakinkova-Engel of Le Vigne Winery, Lynette Sonne of FARMstead ED, and the team from the Restaurant at Niner Wine Estates. Click here to read more...

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U.S. CENTRAL COAST'S BOUNTIFUL WINE REGION: PASO ROBLES

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Participate in Interactive Agricultural Events at FARMstead ED:  Vineyards, olive orchards, farms and ranches abound in Paso Robles, making it an ideal destination to experience agriculture firsthand. FARMstead ED – an agriculture education tour company – is committed to promoting San Luis Obispo County FARMsteading skills and practices through local events. In partnership with local producers like Windrose Farm, FARMstead ED offers a variety of classes, including “Grow Your Own…” interactive events where you learn how to grow everything from salad gardens to cocktail gardens.  read more... ~blog by Travel Paso posted in Marriott Reward insiders

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Faster, Sooner, More, Less, Better!?!

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  Harvest is nearly complete. It came fast with more quality and less yield for what we hope will be a better end result.   A quirky year of weather, and growing patterns, has delivered a bounty of delicious produce for us to enjoy in erratic spurts. When and if the fruit came on it seemed to be bumper crops to very little at all.   The first go to answer for this result is the drought, but look further you will hear folks say it was also many other facets that Mother Nature & Human Nature had to offer us this year. We'll take...

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Summer IS Here!

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It’s time… Time to be sure your garden is ready to withstand all that summer brings on; weather change, insects, unwelcome grazers, lack of water, just to name a few. For those of you with container gardens, Windrose Farm “salad bowls” and the like, it’s time for your potted produce to be moved so they do not cook in the mid-day sun. Don’t let Ma Nature cook your greens before they get to the kitchen! Provide them with afternoon shade, and on those really hot days, give them a light mist around 10am, and or later at 3pm. Give them...

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