Heavy rain and snow during the past week has stalled harvest across the Saskatchewan grainbelt.
The latest crop report says 81 per-cent of the crop has been combined, up from 80 per-cent last week.
Harvest ranges from 89 per-cent in the southeast to 73 per-cent in the west central region.
Harvest progress is behind the five year average of 93 per-cent.
Significant rain and snow fell during the past week.
Areas with heavy moisture include Moose Jaw and Tisdale at 103 millimeters or over four inches, Quill Lake at 97 millimeters, Yorkton 75 and Cando at 91 millimeters.
Topsoil moisture is rated 55 per-cent surplus and 45 per-cent adequate.
Field conditions are very wet, and producers do not expect to get back in the field for several days.
Rain and snow has flattened crops and bleaching and sprouting is causing grade loss.