The capital of permaculture can be daunting. On this rainy day in Indiana, I am reading “Five Acres and independence” by author M.G. Kains and never have the numbers become so real that permaculture takes a lifetime of work and resources.
The new currants and gooseberry planted will, yield in the fourth or fifth year.
The new raspberry plants were mature canes and provide handfuls of sheer delight this year, but volume must increase over the next 3 years to bring this permaculture to market.