The combines are rolling again across the Saskatchewan grainbelt after weeks of rain delays.
APAS vice president Ian Boxall farms near Tisdale in the northeast.
He says the combines are back in the field in the northeast but the northwest needs a couple more days of warm dry weather.
In the northwest, he says pulses are now rotting in the field and excess snow has been a problem.
He says farmers need at least two weeks of warm weather to wrap up.
Yields in the northeast are better than average, but the poor weather has hurt cereal crop quality.
Boxall also says there is still a lot of grain to dry due to ongoing propane delivery delays.