There is a wide range of crop conditions across the Saskatchewan grainbelt.
Kindersley regional crop specialist John Ippolito describes crops in his area of west central Saskatchewan as bizarre, as some areas have had much more rain than other areas.
Ippolito says Kindersley has received twice as much rain as nearby Rosetown.
He expects combining to begin in a week to 10 days in west central Saskatchewan.
Further south, the crop specialist in Swift Current, Shannon Chant, says crops are in relatively good shape despite a lack of rain.
She says some canola crops are shorter than usual.
Crops in the Yorkton area of northeast Saskatchewan are also described as in relatively good shape.
However, regional crop specialist Lyndon Hicks says there has been a lack of moisture in recent weeks and he expects an average crop.
Hicks expects harvest to be in full swing about the third week of August.