The latest crop report says grain fields are developing rapidly in much of Saskatchewan.
The weekly report says 34 per-cent of spring cereals are in the heading stage.
20 per-cent of flax, 60 per-cent of canola and mustard and 69 per-cent of pulse crops are flowering.
Many areas of the province had over 25 millimeters or an inch of rain, with the Outlook region receiving 95 millimeters or almost four inches.
Topsoil moisture is rated nine per-cent surplus, 85 per-cent, adequate and six per-cent short.
There was some crop damage due to localized flooding, strong winds and disease.
Many farmers are applying fungicides to crops due to wet conditions.
Hail was reported in a few areas and crops are being assessed for damage.
Haying continues with 18 per-cent of the hay crop cut and 11 per-cent baled or put into silage.
Hay quality is rated 12 per-cent excellent, 72 per-cent good, 14 per-cent fair and two per-cent poor.
Pastures are growing well and are rated 24 per-cent excellent, 61 per-cent good, 13 per-cent fair and two per-cent poor.