The water in the Middle East has been drying up.

It used to be rain that came every two weeks, but now it rains twice a month.

And the driest months are coming soon.

In the past month, rain in the region dropped to the lowest level on record, and in the last week it fell to the second-lowest level.

That means there’s little rain for irrigation, and that farmers can’t plant their crops.

They can’t buy fertilizer, so their yields are not enough to meet the needs of farmers.

But as the dry spells become longer and longer, farmers in the Persian Gulf will have a new tool: rain drip.

The idea behind rain drip is to use water that falls from the sky to irrigate crops that are under stress.

The idea is to plant the seeds and then harvest them as they grow.

The Middle East’s water woes are part of a global water crisis, said Dr. Daniel Krumhans, a senior scientist with the World Resources Institute, a Washington-based research organization.

It is not just that the Middle Eastern region has been hit hard by the effects of climate change, but also the effects on water supplies in many other parts of the world, he said.

The world has been pumping out water, and now it’s just not getting the water back, Krumhalns said.

We have to find other ways to supply water, he told The Associated Press in an interview.

“This is the only way we can do it in the world.”

The Arab region, where much of the Middle-East lives, has a population of about 2.3 billion, or about 2 percent of the global population.

The region is rich in natural resources and has been heavily reliant on rainfall for many years, including for irrigation.

The water crisis has worsened the region’s water shortages, as farmers in this region have little to sell to make ends meet.

It is not unusual for farmers to need to purchase fertilizer, Kromhans said.

Farmers in areas where rain is scarce or too scarce have a lot of water in their wells.

But the rain is usually not coming as regularly as they hoped.

The reason is that the region is so dry.

In the past, farmers would harvest and sell the crops that were most productive, but then they would wait for rain.

Now, they have to get the rain they want when it does come.

When rain falls, water must be released from the ground and sent to the irrigation system.

That can be tricky because many farmers cannot afford to buy fertilizer.

And some farmers can only get water for a few days at a time.

The situation is even worse in the deserts where many farmers have little or no water, Kralhan said.

The rain usually comes in a short period, and then it’s gone.

It’s not until the next rainy season that the farmers are able to plant their crop.

The problem, Kramhans says, is that some farmers have no choice but to rely on water from the surface.

Rain drip has a few uses.

It can help farmers get water back to their crops, as well as provide some relief for the water-scarce cities in the area.

But the most important use is that farmers in some areas can’t get water from their wells and are forced to pump their water out through their pipes.

That is, when the water is gone, the water has to be released back into the ground.

That requires a lot more work.

If the farmers have to pay for the privilege of using the water, it means they’re not paying the price for their water-use efficiency.

And farmers are also paying more for their land and the water that comes with it.

Many farmers in southern Syria, for example, can’t afford to pay the water they use for their irrigation.

They have to buy water from a third party, and they have the option of using it from the local river or using it to irrigated fields in their fields.

There is no question that the situation in Syria has gotten worse.

But farmers are using all of their resources to try to fix it, Kraher said.

They’re putting the money they don’t have to make a profit and are spending the money in the most efficient way possible.

“This whole situation is not about water,” he said, adding that farmers need to understand the situation better.

While farmers are making the best of a bad situation, the Arab region has other issues.

Syria is already suffering from a water shortage.

There are more than 4.4 million people living in the country without enough water.

But it is getting worse.

This water shortage is also causing problems for the country’s economy, which is based on agriculture.

Kramhalns says farmers are struggling to get enough water to grow their crops because there is little water to plant them.