The majority of crops are in good to excellent condition across Saskatchewan.
The latest provincial crop report says 27 per-cent of the spring wheat, 26 per-cent of canola and 41 per-cent of lentils are in excellent condition.
One quarter of the crop is ahead in development.
There was widespread rain across Saskatchewan, with many areas receiving more than 30 millimeters.
The greatest amount was in the Lampman area of the southeast, where almost 100 millimeters was recorded.
Topsoil moisture is rated 10 per-cent surplus, 82 per-cent adequate, seven per-cent short and one per-cent very short.
Its wettest in the southeast with 61 per-cent surplus moisture, and driest in the northwest with about 30 per-cent short of moisture.
Crop disease and localized flooding were the main causes of crop loss during the past week.
There was some hail, but damage is not considered significant.
Haying has started, with seven per-cent cut and two per-cent baled.
Hay quality is rated 19 per-cent excellent, 66 per-cent good, 14 per-cent fair and one per-cent poor.