The book discusses ways of developing rainfed agriculture in Palestine, which is identified as the most predominant pattern governing farm systems in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The book is made up of sections, in which the first includes a description of the physical features of raifed agriculture, and the water resources. The second section discusses the socioeconomics of dryland farming in Palestine, while the third discusses Palestinian women and how they play a role in the survival of the family despite the lack of water for farming. In addition, the book presents the field crops, fruit trees and vegetables that are planted in Palestine, and the terms under which each grows, and the diseases that can affect them.