Saskatchewan farmers made little harvest progress during the past week.
Provincial crops analyst Daphne Cruise says 82 per-cent of the crop has been combined, up from 81 per-cent last week.
She says harvest is slow going for farmers in wet fields.
Harvest is well behind the 5 year average of 99 per-cent for this date.
Harvest ranges from 90 per-cent in the southeast to 73 per-cent in the west-central region.
Cruise says rain continued to cause harvest delays, with many areas receiving over 25 millimeters or an inch.
She says some farmers will need the soil to freeze before combining and there may be some crop left out over winter.
She estimates about 5 1/2 million acres of crop remain to be combined.