The latest crop report says harvest is just getting underway in parts of Southern Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says crops are rated fair to excellent across the grainbelt.
She says overnight rain will help some late seeded crops.
She says the Regina-Moose Jaw area had an estimated half an inch but some areas had an inch or more of rain.
But she says the moisture came too late for many fields.
Friesen expects harvest to be well underway across the province in the next couple of weeks.
Although there have been some grasshopper problems, she says the main causes of crop loss this past week were lack of moisture and strong winds.
Haying is wrapping up across the province.
Friesen says yields remain significantly lower than normal but some producers in the southern part of the province.
Pastures are rated 2 percent excellent, 25 percent good, 37 percent fair, 26 percent poor and 10 percent very poor.