Seeding is getting underway for most farmers across Saskatchewan.
The latest crop report says 11 percent of the crop has been planted, down from the five year average of 16 percent.
Seeding is most advanced in the southeast with 30 percent in the ground.
Seeding is at 18 percent in the southwest, three percent in the west central region, two percent in northwest and east central regions and one percent in the northeast.
Many areas of the province had rain during the past week, which will cause delays to spring seeding and harvest wrap up.
The Outlook area had 40 millimeters of rain with many fields and roads too wet to support equipment.
Cropland topsoil moisture is rated 26 percent surplus, 71 percent adequate and three percent short.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen estimates farmers still have almost one million acres of crop from last fall to harvest this spring.