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Rain needed to replenish deteriorating topsoil conditions in Saskatchewan

While crops are developing quickly and normally in most of Saskatchewan, rain is needed to replenish rapidly deteriorating topsoil conditions.

Saskatchewan Agriculture said in its weekly report that many areas in the province remain very dry and crop conditions continue to decline due to the lack of moisture and hot temperatures. 192 more words


Heat, dry conditions damaging Saskatchewan crops

High temperatures and dry conditions were responsible for most of the crop damage in Saskatchewan over the past week.

Saskatchewan Agriculture reported Thursday in the latest… 213 more words


Rain needed in Saskatchewan to boost crop development

Much needed rain is needed in many parts of Saskatchewan to boost crop development along with hay and pasture growth.

In its latest weekly crop report, … 223 more words


Farmers wrap up seeding in Saskatchewan

Producers have 99 per cent of the Saskatchewan crop in the ground for the 2017 season.

The five-year average for this time of year is 97 per cent. 199 more words


Seeding near completion in Saskatchewan

Seeding of the 2017 Saskatchewan crop is nearing completion and now much needed moisture is needed to help development.

Saskatchewan Agriculture reported in its weekly crop report on Thursday that 94 per cent of the crop is in the ground, slightly ahead of the five-year average of 93 per cent. 221 more words


81% of 2017 Saskatchewan crop now seeded

While wet conditions are hampering seeding operations in many parts of northern Saskatchewan, producers in other parts of the province have made progress in getting the 2017 crop in the ground. 186 more words


With Planting Nearly Done, Minn. Farmers Want Sunshine

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota farmers could use some warm, sunny days to speed crop development and get the last of their planting done. 123 more words