Seeding is virtually complete across Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Daphne Cruise says a few fields of greenfeed, oats and flax are still going in the ground, but seeding is at 99.5 per-cent.
Topsoil moisture is rated four per-cent surplus, 85 per-cent adequate, nine per-cent short and two per-cent very short.
She says there is surplus moisture in the southeast and some fields may be washed out by excess rain.
By contrast, Cruise says it is dry in parts of the northwest grainbelt.
She says crops are generally rated excellent to good across Saskatchewan.
Wind has hampered weed control operations in many areas of the province.
Cutworms and crop diseases are causing some losses.