Saskatchewan farmers combined another 4 percent of the crop this past week, bringing the harvest total to 82 percent.
Harvest is behind the 5 year average of 91 percent for this date.
Crop extension specialist Brent Flaten says a return to warm dry weather this week is enabling many producers to get back in the field after weeks of delay.
But last week, he says wet weather continued to cause delays.
Harvest ranges from 90 percent in the southwest to 45 percent in the northwest.
Geese and other wildlife are feeding on swathed crops, while some standing crops have shelled out on the ground.
Crop quality has been affected by bleaching and sprouting.
Flaten says topsoil moisture is rated 3 percent surplus, 71 percent adequate, 20 percent short and six percent very short.