The latest crop report from the Saskatchewan ministry of Agriculture says most crops are in generally good condition.
However, wet conditions across much of the lentil-producing area has affected quality.
Lentils are rated 15 per-cent excellent, 47 per-cent good, 26 per-cent fair, 10 per-cent poor and two per-cent very poor.
Peas have also suffered from excess rain.
Most of the grainbelt received moisture during the past week, generally 50 to 100 millimeters of rain.
There are reports of 200 millimeters of rain in the Elfros region, northeast of Regina.
Crops remain under flood stress in some areas.
Diseases and hail have also caused crop damage.
Topsoil moisture is rated 15 per-cent surplus, 80 per-cent adequate and five per-cent short.
Harvesting of winter wheat, peas and lentils is expected to start in some areas in the coming week.
Producers are also making good progress with haying this week.
Livestock producers have 50 per-cent of the hay crop baled or put into silage and another 20 per-cent cut.
The five year average is 55 per-cent baled.
Hay quality is rated five per-cent excellent, 70 per-cent good, 24 per-cent fair and one per-cent poor.