Crop Development Is Normal In Sask.

The Saskatchewan weekly crop report says crop development is normal for this time of year in most areas, with oilseed crops reported as behind other crops. Provincially, 62 per cent of fall cereals, 81 per cent of spring cereals, 70 per cent of oilseed crops and 81 per cent of pulse crops are at a normal stage of development for this time of year. Many areas of the province have also experienced strong dry winds, resulting in crop damage, rapidly drying soils, and delayed herbicide application.

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