The latest crop report says most fields are rated good to fair across Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Daphne Cruise says rain across most of the province during the past week helped to alleviate dry topsoil moisture conditions.
Cruise says some areas of the southeast, northwest and southwest had heavy rain but west central Saskatchewan remains dry, including communities of Lucky Lake, Outlook, Shaunavon, Dinsmore and Rosetown.
She says the majority of crop damage this past week was due to localized flooding, lack of moisture, hail, strong winds and insects like flea beetles and cutworms.
Topsoil moisture conditions are rated 9 percent surplus, 73 percent adequate, 16 percent short and 2 percent very short.