The latest crop report says harvest is getting underway across southern Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says combining is most advanced in the southwest corner of the province at one percent.
She says some lentil yields range from 4 to 30 bushels per acre, depending on the amount of heat stress and lack of moisture.
Across the province, topsoil moisture is rated one percent surplus, 29 percent adequate, 41 percent short, and 29 percent very short.
Friesen expects harvest to be general across the province in a couple of weeks as crops are ripening quickly.
Crop damage this past week was caused by hot weather, hail, flooding, strong winds and lack of rain.
Also causing crop loss was insects like aphids, diamond back moths and grasshoppers.
She says hay yields are as much as 75 percent below average, and there will be some hay shortages in parts of the province.