The latest crop report says the majority of the province received much-needed moisture during the past week.
The amount of rain varied significantly, with many fields in the southeast saturated and flooded while parts of the southwest had little moisture.
The Lampman area in the southeast had 256 millimeters of rain but in contrast, the southwest remains very dry with little rain over the past few months.
There are concerns about crop and hay yields in the southwest if moisture does not arrive soon.
Topsoil moisture conditions are rated 12 percent surplus, 67 percent adequate, 18 percent short and 3 percent very short.
Seeding is nearing completion, ranging from 98 percent in the south to 93 percent in east-central Saskatchewan.
Crop development is behind normal.
The majority of crop damage this past week was caused by localized flooding, lack of moisture, hail, strong winds and insects like flea beetles and cutworms.
SaskPower had six incidents of farm machinery contacting electrial equipment, bringing the total in May to 154.
SaskPower reminds farmers to be aware of their surroundings and plan ahead when moving equipment.