Carnduff, Estevan, Redvers, Moosomin, Kipling, Weyburn, Milestone, Moose Jaw, Regina, Qu-Appelle, Radville, Minton and Lake Alma
- 30 per cent of total crops are seeded, up from five-year average of 21 per cent.
- 24mm of rain fell in Moose Jaw last week.
- Some producers are still harvesting 2016 crops and burning flax stubble.
- There are concerns that dry fields could delay germination and emergence.
Coronach, Assiniboia, Ogema, Gravelbourg, Mossbank, Mortlach, Central Butte, Kyle, Swift Current, Shaunavon, Ponteix, Consul, Maple Creek and Leader
- 18 per cent of total crops have been seeded, down from five-year average of 31 per cent.
- Gravelbourg received 20mm of rain last week.
- Farmers are burning flax stubble and continue to harvest last year’s crops.
Melville, Yorkton, Cupar, Kamsack, Foam Lake, Preeceville, Kelvington, Lumsden, Craik, Watrous and Clavet
- 2 per cent of the region’s crops have been seeded, down from the five-year average of 7 per cent.
- Many fields are still saturated, as 29mm of rain fell near Allan and 24mm fell in Kenaston.
- Many fields are too soft and equipment is getting stuck.
- The wet conditions have made it harder to harvest last year’s crop.
Hanley, Outlook, Loreburn, Saskatoon, Arelee, Rosetown, Kindersley, Eston, Major, Kerrobert, Macklin, Wilkie and Biggar
- 3 per cent of the region’s crops have been seeded, down from the 12 per cent five-year average.
- 40mm of rain fell in Outlook and another 32mm of rain fell in Hanley.
- Many fields remain too wet for combining.
- Some municipalities have put fire bans in place.
Hudson Bay, Tisdale, Melfort, Carrot River, Humboldt, Kinistino, Cudworth, Aberdeen, Prince Albert, Choiceland and Paddockwood
- 1 per cent of region’s crop have been seeded, down from the five-year average of 8 per cent.
- Many fields are too wet for producers to complete harvesting of last year’s crop, weed control or harrowing.
- 36mm of rain fell in Prince Albert last week.
Shellbrook, North Battleford, Big River, Hafford, Meadow Lake, Turtleford, Pierceland, Maidstone and Lloydminster
- 2 per cent of the region’s crops have been seeded, down from the 12 per cent five-year average.
- Pierceland has received 141mm of rain since April 1.
- Combining has been slow.
- Some producers have been burning crop residue.
- Many fields are too wet for seeding.