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Crops see good growth progress, southwest Sask. needs rain

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 18

Across the province, seventy-five per cent of the pulse crops and fall and spring cereals are at their normal stages of development, while 70 per cent of the oilseeds are at their normal stages of development for this time of year, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Many areas reported rain showers this week, […] Read more


Recent rains improve crop conditions, topsoil moisture

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 11

Rain across most of the province has helped to alleviate dry topsoil moisture conditions. Areas in the southeast, which was one of the drier regions over the past couple of months, received large amounts that caused flooding. The moisture will help to replenish pasture and encourage hay growth. Seeding operations are mostly complete, but there […] Read more



Dry fields see rain relief, seeding nears completion

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 4

The majority of the province received much-needed moisture this past week, helping to alleviate concerns about dry field conditions. The amount of rain varied across the province, with some southwestern areas receiving very little, while many fields in the southeast are saturated and flooded. The Lampman area received 256 mm of rain. Fields and roads […] Read more





Seeding advances past five-year average, crops begin to emerge

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending May 14

Thanks to good seeding conditions, Saskatchewan producers made up the time lost in previous weeks. Thirty-five per cent of the crop is now in the ground, just ahead of the five-year (2013-2017) seeding average of 32 per cent for this time of year. Crops are starting to emerge. Seeding is furthest advanced in the southeast, […] Read more



Spring seeding continues to ramp up, rain offers little relief for dry soils

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending May 7

Seeding is underway for many producers, with more expecting to hit the field in the coming week. Nine per cent of the crop is now in the ground, behind the five-year (2013- 2017) seeding average of 19 per cent for this time of year. A slow start to spring has delayed field operations in much […] Read more


Seeding starts after cool, late spring

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending April 30

A cool and late spring has delayed field work across the province. However, seeding has just nicely started in the southern areas. Most other areas have some field activity with harrowing, pre seeding herbicide and fertilizer applications. Many producers will be seeding within the week. Field conditions vary greatly across the province. The southern regions […] Read more



End of Sask. harvest on the horizon, field conditions drier than average

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending October 23

Harvest has all but wrapped up for producers in the province as 99 per cent of the crop is now combined, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. There are still some crops such as flax, soybean and sunflower left to be combined. Harvest weather was favourable for much of the fall, allowing producers to […] Read more


Sask. harvest mostly complete, topsoil, subsoil moisture levels low

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending October 16

Harvest is essentially complete for producers in the province, with 98 per cent of the crop now in the bin, up from 94 per cent last week, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. The five-year (2012-2016) average for this time of year is 94 per cent harvested. There are still some crops, such as […] Read more