Farm weather this summer has been a tale of two extremes in Canada.
Western Canada crop production has been affected by excess moisture in many areas.
Harvest has also been delayed and some crops affected by rain during the past week.
By contrast, a report from Agriculture Canada says Eastern Canada is suffering from drought.
The recent says recent rain in central Canada has improved conditions somewhat but severe drought still affects the Niagara region around the North Shore of Lake Ontario.
Portions of Ontario had the sixth driest summer since 1938.
In Quebec, the drought rating remains moderate but parts of the Maritimes have had the driest summer in more than 90 years.
The agriculture Canada report says affected crops in eastern Canada are showing poor yields and stunted development from drought.