The 2015 harvest in Saskatchewan should wrap up pretty much on par with the previous five years according to Thursday's crop report released by the provincial agriculture department.

97 percent of the crops across the province are in the bins, that's up from 91 percent a week ago. The five year average is 98 percent complete.

The southeast region is the furthest ahead having 99 percent of the crop combined. The southwest, east-central and northeastern regions have 98 percent of the crop combined, the northwest has 97 percent and the west-central region has 93 percent taken off.

The report also states some flax, canary seed and oats left to be combined.

Across the province, topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated at six percent surplus, 88 percent adequate and six percent short.

Next week's crop report will be the last of the season.