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Majority of Sask. crops measure ‘poor-to-good condition’

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending July 15

Crops continue to develop across the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Sixty-three per cent of the fall and spring cereals, 53 per cent of the oilseeds, and 73 per cent of the pulse crops are at their normal stages of development for this time of year. Crop conditions vary throughout the province, […] Read more


Sask. crops get a weather boost, but still behind in development

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending July 8

Crops across the province are advancing as a result of the warm weather and moisture, although crops are behind or at their normal developmental stages. Sixty-seven per cent of the fall cereals and 32 per cent of the spring cereals are in the heading stage, while 38 per cent of the canola and mustard and […] Read more



Rainfall offers relief, improving crop, hay and pasture growth

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 24

Many areas in the province received rainfall last week. This precipitation has helped to relieve the extremely dry conditions and recharge soil moisture; however, significant rainfall is still needed in areas of the province to help crops, hay and pasture develop and further recharge soil moisture. The amount of precipitation received in the past week […] Read more


Topsoil moisture improves in Sask., crop conditions range ‘poor to good’

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 17

Some of the areas of the province received rain last week; however, many of the areas in desperate need of moisture received little to no rainfall again. The rain will help to relieve dry soil conditions in the areas where it fell, and encourage germination and growth on cropland, hay land, and pasture. The amount […] Read more



Crop growth in Sask. delayed, insects, elements inflict crop damage

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 10

Many areas of the province that are in need of rain did not receive any this past week. However, localized rain helped to relieve dry topsoil moisture conditions in the northwest and southeast. The moisture will help with crop germination and growth while encouraging hay land and pasture growth. Across the province, seeding operations are […] Read more


Seeding in Sask. 99 per cent complete, topsoil moisture continues to decline

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending June 3

Seeding operations are mostly complete across the province, but there are a few fields still being seeded for green feed and silage.  All six crop districts in the province are reporting that 99 per cent of the crop is in the ground. Compared to 92 per cent last week and the five-year average (2014-18) of […] Read more



Seeding in Sask. nearly wrapped up, low moisture levels seen in hayland, pastures

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending May 27

Seeding of the 2019 crop is nearing completion, with the majority of the crop being planted this month. Ninety-two per cent of the crop is now seeded, up from 73 per cent last week and well ahead of the five-year average (2014-2018) of 83 per cent for this time of year. The southwest region is […] Read more


Seeding progress advances to 73 per cent complete

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending May 20

Seeding progress is quickly advancing across the province, thanks to very few disruptions in the weather and relatively good seeding conditions. Seventy-three per cent of the crop is now seeded, up from 38 per cent last week and well ahead of the five-year average (2014-2018) of 59 per cent for this time of year. Crops […] Read more




Seeding begins slightly behind five-year average

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending May 6

Despite cool weather this past week, many producers have begun seeding operations and many more expect to be in the field this coming week, once conditions improve. Thirteen per cent of the crop is now seeded, which is slightly behind the five-year average (2014-2018) of 14 per cent for this time of year. Recent cool […] Read more