The Jade flower, the most common ornamental flower in India, has been in decline for many years.
Farmers are struggling to feed their families, and their fields are in desperate need of irrigation.
But some farmers say that while the crop is not as good as in the past, the crop may be better in the future.
The Jade flower is the symbol of the state of Punjab, which has been suffering from the worst drought in decades.
The drought has also affected crops in the state, including wheat, sugarcane and maize.
As many as 1.8 million farmers have been affected by the drought, with nearly 6,000 villages being left without irrigation.
The number of people affected by drought has risen to about 1.7 million in Punjab, said Harshal Singh, a former district magistrate of the Punjab and Haryana High Court who now works as a consultant to farmers in the region.
Farmers have been demanding water for several years.
The demand for water has risen dramatically in recent years, as the drought has made the situation even more dire.
But, in Punjab and other areas in the country, the demand for the same water has fallen significantly.
The demand for irrigation has also fallen as the crop has suffered in recent times.
But the demand from farmers has remained high, and farmers say they have been able to cope without irrigation for now.
In the past two years, farmers in Punjab have been using irrigation pumps to supply water to their fields, and some farmers have even resorted to taking the water from the river.
But farmers say this is not enough.
They say that with the drought in Punjab now over, the amount of water that the state needs for their crops has fallen by more than 50%.
So the state is running out of water, said Kishore Jain, a farmer who has been using his tractor to provide irrigation to his fields.
“It is not easy to get water from a reservoir.
The farmers are not using their fields as much as they used to, and they are using more water for other crops,” he said.
The Punjab government has promised to provide water to farmers to meet their needs, but many farmers are saying that the drought is a burden on the state.
In some parts of Punjab where farmers are still using water for irrigation, water usage has risen due to the drought.
In areas where water has been diverted from the irrigation system, farmers have resorted to using more groundwater.
The drought has been so bad that farmers are also using pesticides to control weeds and insects.
In some cases, the farmers have also resorted to burning the weed and insects for firewood, said Ram Kishori, who works with a local NGO to help farmers in these areas.
The state government has said that while farmers are receiving water for their crop, the state government is also paying for the cost of water to be diverted from other areas, said Jain.
But many farmers say there is a big discrepancy in the amount that is being paid and the amount diverted.
In many areas, the government has been paying for more than the water that farmers have diverted, while the water has not been distributed.
Jain said he is trying to collect a toll from the government to check the water distribution.
“I want to know whether the government is paying for our water or not,” he added.