There still some crops left to come off the field but for the province as a whole, harvest operations have essentially wrapped up.

According this week's Saskatchewan Agriculture's crop report 99 percent of the crop is in the bin.

There are still some flax and oats left to be combined when weather and time permits.

The majority of crops are rated either close to or below the 10 year average. Some sprouting, bleaching, and staining occurred due to harvest rainfall.

In most cases, yields are reported as average. Hard red spring wheat is reported as 37 percent per care, durum 38 bushels per acre, oats 85 bushels per acre, barley 59 bushels per acre, canola 34 bushels per acre, peas 31 bushels per acre and lentils 1,293 pound per acre.

Dry land hay yields are reported as 1.1 tons per acre for alfalfa/brome hay, 1.0 ton per acre for other tame hay, 0.9 tons per acre for wild hay and 1.7 tons per acre for greenfeed. Irrigated land yields are estimated as 3.0 tons per acre fro alfalfa hay and other tame hay, 3.5 tons per acre for alfalfa/brome hay and 4.0 tons per acre fro greenfeed.

Wet conditions in some areas and dry soil conditions in other area has slightly decreased the number of acres seeded in southeastern, east-central, and west-central regions compared to last years. Acres seeded to fall rye have increased in the southeast.

Some southern areas had more than an inch of rainfall this past week. Topsoil moisture conditions are rated as nine percent surplus, 85 percent adequate and six percent short. Hayland and pasture topsoil moisture conditions are rated as two percent surplus, 84 percent adequate and 14 percent short.

The east-central and northeast regions are reporting excess moisture in many fields.

Producers are busy wrapping up the year which includes completing fall work, bringing cattle home from pastures and hauling bales.