Harvest is advancing across Saskatchewan and is well ahead of the five year average.
The latest crop report pegs combining at 45 percent, compared to the long-term average of 28 percent for this date.
Harvest ranges from 70 percent in the southwest to 12 percent in the northeast.
38 percent of the spring wheat, 26 percent of the canola and 18 percent of soybeans have been combined.
There was little rain this past week, except for Langenburg which had a downpour of over 2 inches.
Topsoil moisture conditions remain low with 24 percent adequate, 42 percent short and 34 percent very short.
The majority of crop damage this week was due to lack of moisture and strong winds.