He tells 620 CKRM he has some canola and durum still to harvest but says the weather will slow down combining.
Wood says the days are getting shorter and it will take a lot of time for the crop to dry out. As well, Wood says the rain and snow will cause quality issues.
Wood says the weather increases the chance of swathed canola shattering. As well, there are possibilities of sprouting. And, he is concerned about bleaching in wheat crops.
In standing crops, Wood says fields are flattened by snow, making harvest slow and difficult.
He believes fields will need several days of warm dry weather before combining can resume.
But he says there is still October for harvesting.