Harvest ranges from 52 per-cent in the southeast, 47 per-cent in the southwest, 29 per-cent in the east central region, 35 per-cent in west central areas, 33 per-cent in the northeast and 17 per-cent in the
89 per-cent of field peas, 72 per-cent of lentils, 29 per-cent spring wheat and 25 per-cent of canola has been combined.
Two per-cent of the durum is number one, 17 per-cent number 2, 30 per-cent number 3 and 51 per-cent grading 4 and 5 durum.
Some areas received heavy rainfall this past week, including 43 millimeters in Frobisher, 42 mm in Foam Lake, and 36 mm in Maryfield and Porcupine Plain.
Topsoil moisture is rated 14 per-cent surplus, 84 per-cent adequate and two per-cent short.
There’s surplus moisture around Tisdale, Porcupine Plain, Rosetown, Kindersley and Biggar.
Frost was reported in parts of the northwest and south near Coronach, with temperatures dipping to minus 2.
Little crop damage is expected because most crops are mature.
Wet harvest weather continues to cause downgrading due to bleaching, sprouting and fusarium.