ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Wet weather is hampering Minnesota farmers as they harvest small grains and hay in some areas of the state.
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Despite the wet conditions, the 2016 harvest is well underway in Saskatchewan.
According to the latest crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture, 35 per cent of the winter wheat, 25 per cent of fall rye, four per cent of peas and one per cent of lentils are combined. 135 more words
It is not a pretty picture in some parts of the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report.
“Parts where they didn’t receive as much rain or where they were better drained soils, the crops are looking pretty good still. 274 more words
Crops are developing rapidly in Saskatchewan, according to the latest weekly crop report, while the Canadian Crop Hail Association (CCHA) is reporting some crop damage due to hail. 334 more words
Crop growth and development is well ahead of normal according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report.
“Most of the crops are either at normal stages of development or ahead. 420 more words
REGINA – Eighty-one per cent of the province’s crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan’s weekly crop report.
The government says warm and dry weather has allowed 90 per cent of seeding to be completed in the province’s southwest and 87 per cent in the southeast. 157 more words