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Seventeen per cent of the Saskatchewan canola crop was in the bin as of Sept. 23.

Sask. producers resume harvest after break in wet weather

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending September 23

A stretch of warm and relatively dry weather allowed most producers to return to the field and resume harvest operations last week, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Thirty-nine per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 23 per cent last week but remaining well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average […] Read more

Weather co-operates to see Sask. harvest resume

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending September 16

Warm weather and wind has allowed combining to resume, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report.  Twenty-three per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 18 per cent last week, still well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 50 per cent for this time of year. Thirty-six per cent of the […] Read more


A pea crop soaks up the sun near Ethelton, Sask., on July 30.

Harvest begins in Saskatchewan, crop development two weeks behind for some

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending August 5

Harvest operations have already begun in some parts of the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. As crops continue to mature in the next few weeks, most producers will begin to harvest. Some crops are one-to-two weeks behind in development and this may be of concern depending on weather during harvest. Scattered rainfall […] Read more

Sask producers make good haying progress, crops mostly measure fair-to-good

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending July 29

Livestock producers continue to make good haying progress as 39 per cent of the hay crop is now baled or put into silage. An additional 27 per cent is cut and ready for baling according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Hay quality is currently rated as three per cent excellent, 52 per cent good, […] 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

Weather deals harvest a blow with rain and snow

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending September 24

Another wet and cool week has significantly slowed harvest operations in the province. Sixty-eight per cent of the crop is now in the bin, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. The five-year (2013-2017) average is 64 per cent for this time of year. Rain was recorded throughout most of the province through the week. […] Read more


Sask harvest ahead of five-year average, some crop damage from frost seen

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending September 10

Favourable weather for most of the province allowed producers to continue to make good progress in the field, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Fifty-eight per cent of the crop is now in the bin, well ahead of the five-year (2013-2017) average of 37 per cent for this time of year. Twenty-eight per cent […] Read more

Harvest begins in southern Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending July 30

Harvest operations are underway for some producers in the south, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Crops are rapidly drying down across the province and many pulse crops are being desiccated. Most crops remain in fair to excellent condition, although later-seeded crops need rain to help heads and pods fill. Reported yields so far […] Read more


Saskatchewan harvest underway: Report

CNS Canada – Harvest operations are underway in parts of southern Saskatchewan, according to the weekly crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture. Crops were reportedly rapidly drying down across the province, with many pulse crops being desiccated. Most crops remain in fair to excellent condition, although later-seeded crops need rain to help heads and pods fill, […] Read more

Crops approaching harvest, hay yields seen significantly lower

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending July 23

Crops continue to develop quickly in the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Many pulse and winter cereal fields in drier areas are rapidly drying down and producers have begun desiccation in some areas. Some producers expect harvest to get underway in the next few weeks. The majority of crops remain in fair […] Read more