The latest provincial crop report says recent rainfall improved crop development across Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Brent Flaten says there was a wide range of moisture but on average the province received 26 millimeters or an inch of rain.
He says some northern areas are too wet and some areas of the southern grainbelt are too dry.
He says areas with too much moisture include Prince Albert, Meadow Lake, Turtleford, and Lloydminster.
The driest area tends to be in the southwest, covering a wide area from Coronach to Assiniboia, Ogema across to Kyle as well as Swift Current, Shaunavon, and Maple Creek areas
He says winds, insects, localized flooding and lack of moisture continue to damage some crops.
Flaten says SaskPower has received 156 reports of farm equipment contacting power lines, with 22 incidents so far this month.