Agriculture minister David Marit says recent overnight frost should have little effect on most crops in southern Saskatchewan.
The first killing frost of the season saw temperatures dip from minus 2 to minus 4 across a wide portion of the Saskatchewan grainbelt.
Marit says most crops were mature enough to avoid any serious loss, particularly in the Southern grainbelt.
But he says some late maturing crops in the Northern grainbelt may be affected by the frost.
He says it will take a couple days to determine damage.
Marit says there may be some impact on quality on later seeded crops but yields should not be affected by the frost.