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I'd like to thank everyone in this forum for being so kind and responding to my beginner questions so far. Now I have even more!

First of all, if you were to break down permaculture/gardening into a couple essential parts, what would they be? Composting? Understanding nutrient cycles? The idea is to deconstruct the nebulous "learn how to grow my own food" into distinct manageable models.

Second of all, which of these are the most important to learn? Pareto's Principle says 80% of the results come from 20% of the effort. What is the 20% that I should focus on? Additionally, in what order should I learn that?

The library is closed due to COVID so I have restricted access to books. My main learning resources during this time will be YouTube and this lovely forum. Thanks for your time and energy; I really appreciate it. Peace and lots of love!

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