The latest farm survey from Statistics Canada says farmers have planted more wheat and barley and less canola and lentils this year.
The federal agency says Saskatchewan farmers planted 15 percent more wheat this year, the first increase in four years.
Barley is up 16 percent, canola is down 3.5 percent and lentils have declined 15 percent.
FarmLink Marketing Solutions senior analyst Neil Townsend says there are a few surprises in the seeding survey from StatsCan.
He questions the canola figure because StatsCan sees Canadian canola acreage at 22.7 million, down 1 percent from last year.
Townsend believes a more accurate figure is over 23 million acres.
StatsCan says the lower acreage to dry peas and lentils is likely due to tariffs imposed by India.
The area seeded to soybeans is down 13 percent nationally, partly due to burdensome world soybean supplies.
In Saskatchewan, 407 thousand acres of soybeans were planted this year, a decline of 52 percent from 2017.