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Crop Report For the Period October 1 to October 7, 2019 Published by the Ministry of Agriculture ISSN 0701 7085 Report number 24, October 10, 2019 For further information, contact Cory Jacob, PAg, Crops Extension Specialist, Regional Services Branch, Toll Free: 1-866-457-2377 or 306-694-3587, Email: [email protected] Also available on the Ministry of Agriculture website at saskatchewan.ca/crop-report. Many producers were able to return to the field last week and 55 per cent of the crop is now in the bin. This is up from 47 per cent last week but remains well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 82 per cent for this time of year. Twenty-nine per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Wet, cool weather continues to slow progress in much of the province. Much of the crop harvested so far is tough or damp and is being put into grain dryers and aeration bins. Warm, dry and windy days are needed soon so that producers can return to the field. All regions in the province progressed with harvest this past week. Harvest is most advanced in the southwest region, where 71 per cent of the crop is now combined. The northeast region has 61 per cent combined, the west-central region 58 per cent and the southeastern region 55 per cent. The northwest region has 42 per cent combined and the east-central region 39 per cent. Seventy-six per cent of the barley, 59 per cent of the durum, 58 per cent of the mustard, 52 per cent of the spring wheat, 50 per cent of the canary seed and oats, 40 per cent of the canola, 39 per cent of the chickpeas, 28 per cent of the soybeans and nine per cent of the flax is now in the bin. An additional 48 per cent of the canola and 19 per cent of the mustard is swathed or ready to straight- cut. Estimated average crop yields for the province are 39 bushels per acre for field peas; 1,413 pounds per acre for lentils; 38 bushels per acre for canola; 23 bushels per acre for flax; 40 bushels per acre for durum; 44 bushels per acre for spring wheat and 65 bushels per acre for barley. Fourteen per cent of the spring wheat is estimated to grade 1CW, while 32 and 27 per cent is estimated to grade 2CW and 3CW, respectively. Most areas of the province received some precipitation last week. The Moosomin area reported 20 mm, while the Elfros and Bethune areas received 16 mm. Across the province, topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as 15 per cent surplus, 52 per cent adequate, 30 per cent sort and three per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil One year ago Seventy-eight per cent of the 2018 crop had been combined. Wet and cool weather continued to slow harvest progress. Much of the crop was coming off tough and was being placed into grain dryers. Follow the 2019 Crop Report on Twitter @SKAgriculture Harvest Progress in SK Per cent Combined All Crops Oct 7/19 55 Five-year avg. (2014-2018) 82 Oct 8/18 78 Oct 9/17 94 Oct 3/16 80 Oct 5/15 84 Oct 6/14 72 10-year avg. (2009-2018) 83 Saskatchewan Harvest October 7, 2019 Per cent combined Winter wheat* 98 Fall rye** 96 Spring wheat 52 Durum 59 Oats*** 50 Barley** 76 Canaryseed 50 Flax 9 Canola 40 Mustard 58 Soybeans 28 Lentils 93 Peas 94 Chickpeas 39 *includes three per cent ‘other’ **includes five per cent ‘other’ ***includes 10 per cent ‘other’
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  • Crop Report For the Period October 1 to October 7, 2019

    Published by the Ministry of Agriculture ISSN 0701 7085 Report number 24, October 10, 2019

    For further information, contact Cory Jacob, PAg, Crops Extension Specialist, Regional Services Branch,

    Toll Free: 1-866-457-2377 or 306-694-3587, Email: [email protected] Also available on the Ministry of Agriculture website at saskatchewan.ca/crop-report.

    Many producers were able to return to the field last week and 55 per cent of the crop is now in the bin. This is up from 47 per cent last week but remains well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 82 per cent for this time of year. Twenty-nine per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Wet, cool weather continues to slow progress in much of the province. Much of the crop harvested so far is tough or damp and is being put into grain dryers and aeration bins. Warm, dry and windy days are needed soon so that producers can return to the field. All regions in the province progressed with harvest this past week. Harvest is most advanced in the southwest region, where 71 per cent of the crop is now combined. The northeast region has 61 per cent combined, the west-central region 58 per cent and the southeastern region 55 per cent. The northwest region has 42 per cent combined and the east-central region 39 per cent. Seventy-six per cent of the barley, 59 per cent of the durum, 58 per cent of the mustard, 52 per cent of the spring wheat, 50 per cent of the canary seed and oats, 40 per cent of the canola, 39 per cent of the chickpeas, 28 per cent of the soybeans and nine per cent of the

    flax is now in the bin. An additional 48 per cent of the canola and 19 per cent of the mustard is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Estimated average crop yields for the province are 39 bushels per acre for field peas; 1,413 pounds per acre for lentils; 38 bushels per acre for canola; 23 bushels per acre for flax; 40 bushels per acre for durum; 44 bushels per acre for spring wheat and 65 bushels per acre for barley. Fourteen per cent of the spring wheat is estimated to grade 1CW, while 32 and 27 per cent is estimated to grade 2CW and 3CW, respectively.Most areas of the province received some precipitation last week. The Moosomin area reported 20 mm, while the Elfros and Bethune areas received 16 mm.Across the province, topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as 15 per cent surplus, 52 per cent adequate, 30 per cent sort and three per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil

    One year ago Seventy-eight per cent ofthe 2018 crop had beencombined. Wet and cool

    weather continued to slowharvest progress. Much ofthe crop was coming off

    tough and was being placedinto grain dryers.

    Follow the 2019 CropReport on [email protected]

    Harvest Progress in SKPer cent Combined

    All Crops Oct 7/19 55

    Five-year avg. (2014-2018) 82

    Oct 8/18 78 Oct 9/17 94Oct 3/16 80 Oct 5/15 84 Oct 6/14 72

    10-year avg. (2009-2018) 83

    Saskatchewan Harvest October 7, 2019

    Per cent combined Winter wheat* 98 Fall rye** 96 Spring wheat 52 Durum 59 Oats*** 50 Barley** 76 Canaryseed 50 Flax 9 Canola 40Mustard 58 Soybeans 28 Lentils 93 Peas 94 Chickpeas 39 *includes three per cent ‘other’ **includes five per cent ‘other’ ***includes 10 per cent ‘other’

  • moisture is rated as 19 per cent surplus, 74 per cent adequate, six per cent short and one per cent very short. The majority of crop damage this past week was due to strong winds and frost. There continues to be many reports of crops sprouting, bleaching and staining and downgrading is expected at the elevator. Geese and wildlife are feeding on swathed crops and causing damage. Farmers are busy drying grain and waiting for the weather to improve so they can continue with harvest operations.

    Saskatchewan Harvest by Crop District October 7, 2019

    Crop District

    Per cent combined

    Crop District

    Per cent combined

    Crop District

    Per cent combined

    1A 54 4A 84 7A 67 1B 42 4B 76 7B 54 2A 61 5A 34 8A 74 2B 64 5B 35 8B 53

    3ASE 52 6A 46 9AE 53 3ASW 51 6B 53 9AW 39 3AN 67 9B 47 3BS 75 3BN 75

  • Southeastern Saskatchewan: Crop District 1 – Carnduff, Estevan, Redvers, Moosomin and Kipling areas Crop District 2 – Weyburn, Milestone, Moose Jaw, Regina and Qu’Appelle areas Crop District 3ASE – Radville, Minton and Lake Alma areas

    Some harvest progress was made in the region last thanks to a few days of favorable weather. Fifty-five per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 46 per cent last week but well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 87 per cent for this time of year. An additional 25 per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Most of the grain has come off is tough or damp and being placed into dryers. A good few weeks of warm, dry and windy weather is needed to complete harvest.

    Many areas received varying amounts of rain last week. Regionally, precipitation ranged from trace amounts to 20 mm in the Moosomin area. The Carnduff area received 11 mm, the Frobisher and Tantallon areas seven mm, the Alida and Glenavon areas four mm, the Weyburn and Radville areas two mm and the Indian Head area six mm. The Moosomin area has received the most precipitation since April 1 (522 mm).

    Topsoil moisture conditions in the region improved this past week, but there are still reports of many saturated fields. Cropland topsoil moisture is rated as 31 per cent surplus, 46 per cent adequate and 23 per cent short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture conditions are rated as 41 per cent surplus and 59 per cent adequate. Crop District 1A is reporting that 33 per cent of the cropland and 60 per cent of the hay land and pasture currently has surplus topsoil moisture.

    Most crop damage this past week was due to frost and strong winds. There continues to be many reports of downgrading at the elevator due to sprouting, bleaching and staining. There are also reports of piebald in some wheat crops and of geese and wildlife feeding on swathed crops.

    Producers are busy drying grain and waiting for the weather to improve so they can continue harvest operations and fall field work.

    Southwestern Saskatchewan: Crop District 3ASW – Coronach, Assiniboia and Ogema areas Crop District 3AN – Gravelbourg, Mossbank, Mortlach and Central Butte areas Crop District 3B – Kyle, Swift Current, Shaunavon and Ponteix areas Crop District 4 – Consul, Maple Creek and Leader areas

    Producers in the southwestern region made some harvest progress last week. Seventy-one per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 68 per cent last week but remaining behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 89 per cent for this time of year. An additional 12 per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Most of the grain that has come off tough or damp is being placed into dryers. A couple of weeks of warm, dry and windy weather is needed to get the rest of the crop off.

    Small amounts of precipitation were received throughout some of the region. Precipitation ranged from trace amounts to 10 mm in the Gravelbourg area. The Fife Lake and Gull Lake areas received four mm and the Tyner area three mm. The area south-west of Moose Jaw has received the most precipitation since April 1 (579 mm).

  • Cropland topsoil moisture is rated as 16 per cent surplus, 53 per cent adequate, 28 per cent short and three per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture conditions are rated as 22 per cent surplus, 73 per cent adequate and five per cent short. Crop District 4B is reporting that 33 per cent of the cropland and 10 per cent of the hay and pasture land has surplus topsoil moisture at this time.

    The majority of crop damage this past week was due to strong winds, hail and frost. There continues to be reports of downgrading at the elevator due to sprouting and bleaching. Geese and other wildlife have also been feeding on swathed crops. Much of the crop that has come off is tough and is being dried as time and space permits.

    Producers are busy drying grain and waiting for the weather to improve so they can continue with harvest operations and fall field work.

    East-Central Saskatchewan: Crop District 5 – Melville, Yorkton, Cupar, Kamsack, Foam Lake, Preeceville and

    Kelvington areas Crop District 6A – Lumsden, Craik, Watrous and Clavet areas

    Another week of unfavorable weather conditions kept the harvest window to a few days last week. Despite the weather, producers in the region were able to get some crop harvested. Thirty-nine per cent of the crop is now combined, up from 33 per cent last week but remaining well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 73 per cent for this time of year. An additional 41 per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Most of the grain that has come off is tough or damp and being placed into dryers. A long stretch of warm, dry and windy weather is needed to get the rest of the crop off.

    In the region, precipitation ranged from small amounts to 16 mm in the Bethune and Elfros areas. The Rocanville area received 10 mm of rain, the Goodeve area nine mm, the Foam Lake and Pelly areas eight mm, the Earl Grey area seven mm, the Craven and Yorkton areas four mm and the area south of Humboldt three mm. The Lipton area has received the most precipitation since April 1 (605 mm) for both the region and the province.

    Topsoil moisture conditions have improved, though there are still reports of saturated fields. Cropland topsoil moisture conditions are rated as 19 per cent surplus, 53 per cent adequate, 27 per cent short and one per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as 14 per cent surplus, 82 per cent adequate, three per cent short and one per cent very short. Crop District 6A is reporting that 37 per cent of the cropland and seven per cent of the hay land and pasture currently has surplus topsoil moisture at this time.

    Much of the crop damage this past week was due to strong winds and frost. There continues to be reports of downgrading at the elevator due to sprouting and bleaching. Geese and other wildlife have also been feeding on swathed crops.

    Producers are busy drying grain and hoping for the weather to improve so that harvest can continue.

  • West-Central Saskatchewan: Crop District 6B – Hanley, Outlook, Loreburn, Saskatoon and Arelee areas Crop District 7A – Rosetown, Kindersley, Eston and Major areas Crop District 7B -- Kerrobert, Macklin, Wilkie and Biggar areas

    Producers made good harvest progress in the west-central region this past week. The regional reports that 58 per cent of the crop in the bin, up from 46 per cent last week. The five-year (2014-2018) average is 79 per cent for this time of year. An additional 32 per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut. Much of the grain that has come off is tough or damp and is being placed into grain dryers. Several weeks of warm, dry and windy weather is needed to continue with harvest progress and get the rest of the crop off. The region received little precipitation last week. The Langham and Sonningdale areas received four mm, while the Harris and Kerrobert areas reported one mm. The Tugaske area has received the most precipitation since April 1 (361.5 mm). Regionally, cropland topsoil moisture is rated as two per cent surplus, 66 per cent adequate, 26 per cent short and six per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as 76 per cent adequate, 23 per cent short and one per cent very short. The majority of crop damage this past week was due to frost and strong winds. Reports continue of downgrading at the elevator due to sprouting, bleaching and staining. Geese and other wildlife have also been feeding on swathed crops. Producers are busy drying grain and waiting to continue harvest operations when the weather permits. Northeastern Saskatchewan:

    Crop District 8 – Hudson Bay, Tisdale, Melfort, Carrot River, Humboldt, Kinistino, Cudworth and Aberdeen areas

    Crop District 9AE – Prince Albert, Choiceland and Paddockwood areas

    Another week of good harvest progress has the northeastern region in relatively good shape, with sixty-one per cent of the crop now combined. This is up from 50 per cent last week but behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 78 per cent for this time of year. An additional 32 per cent of the crop is now swathed or ready to straight-cut. Producers are harvesting most of the grain damp or tough and are using grain dryers to condition the grain for storage. The region will need several weeks of weather that is warm, dry and windy to continue with harvest progress and get the rest of the crop off. Very little precipitation was received in the region last week. The Tisdale area received six mm and the Bruno and Vonda areas two mm. The Garrick area has received the most precipitation since April 1 (371 mm). Cropland topsoil moisture conditions are rated as six per cent surplus and 52 per cent adequate, 38 per cent short and four per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as five per cent surplus, 94 per cent adequate and one per cent short. Crop District 8A is reporting that 14 per cent of the crop land and 10 per cent of the hay land and pasture has surplus topsoil moisture at this time.

  • Much of the crop damage this past week was due to strong winds and frost. Reports continue of downgrading at the elevator due to sprouting, bleaching and staining. Geese and other wildlife have also been feeding on swathed crops. Producers are busy drying grain and waiting for the weather to improve so they can continue with harvest operations and fall work. Northwestern Saskatchewan:

    Crop District 9AW – Shellbrook, North Battleford, Big River and Hafford areas Crop District 9B – Meadow Lake, Turtleford, Pierceland, Maidstone and

    Lloydminster areas

    Despite unfavorable weather throughout the week, producers in the region were able to make some progress in the field. Forty-two per cent of the crop is now combined, which is up from 34 per cent last week but remaining well behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of 73 per cent for this time last year. An additional 49 per cent of the crop is now swathed or ready to combine. Producers in the region are using grain dryers as much of the grain that has come off is tough or damp and will need to be conditioned for storage. The region will need several weeks of dry and windy weather to continue with harvest progress and get the rest of the crop off.

    Little precipitation was received in the region last week. The Duck Lake, Mayfair and Meadow Lake areas received two mm and the Spiritwood and Pierceland areas eight mm. The Turtleford area has received the most precipitation since April 1 (434 mm).

    Cropland topsoil moisture is rated as four per cent surplus, 32 per cent adequate, 60 per cent short and four per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture conditions are rated as two per cent surplus, 77 per cent adequate, 16 per cent short and five per cent very short. Crop district 9AW is reporting that eight per cent of the crop land and four per cent of the hay land and pasture is short topsoil moisture at this time.

    The majority of crop damage this past week was due to frost. There have been reports of downgrading due to excess moisture and sprouting in the field.

    Producers are busy moving cows home from summer pasture, drying grain and waiting for the weather to improve so they can continue with harvest operations and fall work.

  • Winter Wheat % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 0 0 3 97 0southwest 0 0 2 98 0east central 0 0 0 92 8west central 0 0 0 100 0northeast 0 0 0 100 0northwest N/A N/A N/A N/A N/Aprovincial 0 0 2 95 3Fall Rye % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combined

    % other(greenfeed/silage)

    southeast 0 3 2 94 1southwest 0 0 0 92 8east central 0 0 0 99 1west central 0 0 0 100 0northeast 0 0 0 60 40northwest 0 0 0 100 0provincial 0 2 2 91 5Spring Wheat % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 18 9 21 52southwest 14 5 16 65east central 25 14 18 43west central 13 10 30 47northeast 2 3 12 83northwest 10 16 24 50provincial 17 10 21 52Durum % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 25 3 14 58southwest 19 2 12 67east central 41 5 24 30west central 36 9 17 38northeast 0 0 0 100northwest N/A N/A N/A N/Aprovincial 24 3 14 59Barley % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combined

    % other(greenfeed/silage)

    southeast 2 6 8 79 5southwest 10 2 3 83 2east central 10 10 15 62 3west central 7 9 17 64 3northeast 0 2 5 85 8northwest 5 33 4 56 2provincial 6 8 10 71 5Oats % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combined

    % other(greenfeed/silage)

    southeast 17 9 10 56 8southwest 30 2 11 51 6east central 21 30 14 31 4west central 28 12 12 25 23northeast 6 9 12 73 0northwest 11 30 22 20 17provincial 16 19 15 40 10Canaryseed % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 26 4 45 25southwest 29 1 12 58east central 66 5 25 4west central 32 11 6 51northeast 23 0 35 42northwest N/A N/A N/A N/Aprovincial 35 6 9 50

    Saskatchewan Harvest Progress - October 7, 2019*Other - crop that will not be harvested due to weather, insect or disease damage or will be greenfeed or silage

  • Flax % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 74 2 18 6southwest 59 0 21 20east central 81 12 5 2west central 73 7 16 4northeast 60 13 26 1northwest 81 2 16 1provincial 70 4 17 9Canola % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 16 27 13 44southwest 18 7 14 61east central 12 48 12 28west central 5 35 12 48northeast 5 33 20 42northwest 6 47 16 31provincial 12 35 13 40Mustard % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 13 2 39 46southwest 8 7 9 76east central 24 38 0 38west central 54 5 16 25northeast N/A N/A N/A N/Anorthwest N/A N/A N/A N/Aprovincial 23 8 11 58Soybeans % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 61 0 1 38southwest 0 0 55 45east central 92 0 5 3west central 46 0 30 24northeast 63 0 32 5northwest 82 0 17 1provincial 69 0 3 28Field Peas % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 0 1 4 95southwest 0 0 3 97east central 0 1 2 97west central 0 0 2 98northeast 0 0 3 97northwest 0 5 2 93provincial 0 2 4 94Lentils % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 0 0 6 94southwest 0 0 3 97east central 0 0 20 80west central 0 0 10 90northeast 0 0 0 100northwest 0 0 29 71provincial 0 0 7 93Chickpeas % Standing % in swath % ready to straight combine % combinedsoutheast 26 0 33 41southwest 40 0 21 39east central 0 0 0 100west central N/A N/A N/A N/Anortheast N/A N/A N/A N/Anorthwest N/A N/A N/A N/Aprovincial 37 0 24 39

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    Data Source: Crop Districts - Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture

    © 2018 Government of Saskatchewan

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    © 2019 Government of Saskatchewan

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    32 Reciprocity 4 329 79 B Arlington TR 320.2 290 A Kindersley NiL 175.834 Browning N/A 540 109 Carmichael NiL 89.5 290 B Kindersley NiL 9961 Antler N/A 449 110 Piapot N/A 215 292 Milton N/A 14364 Brock 2 422 111 Maple Creek N/A 228 317 Marriott 1.3 261.365 Tecumseh N/A 456 4B 139 A Gull Lake 4 302 320 A Oakdale NiL 190.9

    1B 91 Maryfield NiL 387 169 Pittville N/A 30.5 320 B Oakdale NiL 18694 Hazelwood N/A 179.6 229 Miry Creek NiL 280.7 321 Prairiedale NiL 249

    122 Martin 20 522 231 Happyland NiL 202 7B 347 Biggar NiL 287123 Silverwood NiL 417 5A 152 Spy Hill 10 462 350 Mariposa 1 213124 A Kingsley TR 420 183 Fertile Belt NiL 425 351 Progress NiL 210125 A Chester 9 360 211 Churchbridge 2 327 352 Heart's Hill NiL 184.3125 B Chester 4 456 213 Saltcoats 1 249 377 Glenside NiL 267151 Rocanville 7 420 217 Lipton TR 605 378 Rosemount NiL 285154 A Elcapo N/A 294 241 Calder NiL 272 379 Reford NiL 336154 B Elcapo N/A 260 243 Wallace 4 223 382 Eye Hill NiL 347.5155 Wolseley 2 446 244 Orkney N/A 179 409 A Buffalo N/A 279

    2A 67 Weyburn NiL 368 245 A Garry N/A 349 409 B Buffalo NiL 303.468 Brokenshell 2 469 245 B Garry 9 418 410 Round Valley NiL 210.197 Wellington 2 331.5 246 A Ituna Bon Accord TR 572 8A 394 Hudson Bay NiL 370

    2B 127 A Francis 1.5 390 246 B Ituna Bon Accord 1.4 468.9 395 Porcupine N/A 365127 B Francis N/A 319.9 247 Kellross N/A 513 397 Barrier Valley 6 266129 Bratt's Lake NiL 300.5 248 Touchwood 2 267.4 426 Bjorkdale N/A 33131 Baildon NiL 449 5B 273 Sliding Hills TR 226 427 Tisdale TR 167156 A Indian Head 0.6 344.6 277 Emerald 8 368 428 Star City N/A 295156 B Indian Head 6 498 305 Invermay NiL 322 456 Arborfield TR 349159 Sherwood 1 368 307 Elfros 16 351 457 A Connaught N//A 292160 A Pense N/A 335 308 A Big Quill NiL 299 457 B Connaught TR 186160 B Pense N/A 317 308 B Big Quill TR 214 486 Moose Range N/A 327161 A Moose Jaw NiL 474 331 Livingston 8 8 487 Nipawin N/A 408161 B Moose Jaw NiL 344 336 Sasman 1 249 8B 369 St. Peter TR 326162 A Caron NiL 440.7 337 Lakeview N/A 236 370 A Humboldt NiL 288162 B Caron NiL 400 366 Kelvington N/A 240.5 370 B Humboldt TR 287191 Marquis NiL 349 367 Ponass Lake N/A 276 371 Bayne 2 234

    3ASE 38 A Laurier NiL 345.5 6A 190 A Dufferin 16 452 372 Grant 1.8 251.738 B Laurier TR 439.3 190 B Dufferin NiL 407 400 Three Lakes 2 36539 The Gap 2 449 190 C Dufferin NiL 422 429 A Flett's Springs NiL 264

    3ASW 10 Happy Valley N/A 507 190 D Dufferin 2 223 429 B Flett's Springs N/A 32612 Poplar Valley 4 395 219 A Longlaketon 7 462 459 Kinistino N/A 32243 Old Post NiL 316 219 B Longlaketon 4 338.5 460 Birch Hills NiL 237.773 A Stonehenge NiL 370.3 220 McKillop NiL 313 9AE 488 Torch River NiL 37173 B Stonehenge NiL 475 221 Sarnia NiL 341.3 491 Buckland N/A 18574 Wood River NiL 276.2 222 Craik 1 346 520 Paddockwood N/A 68.5

    3AN 102 Lake Johnston NiL 458 251 Big Arm TR 372 521 Lakeland N/A 68.5103 Sutton 10 328 252 Arm River N/A 344 9AW 405 Great Bend TR 50132 A Hillsborough 0.5 312.9 279 Mount Hope N/A 246.6 406 A Mayfield N/A 123132 B Hillsborough TR 579 282 McCraney 1 367 406 B Mayfield N/A 66193 Eyebrow NiL 333 313 Lost River 2 202 435 Redberry NiL 287

    3BS 17 Val Marie N/A 233 339 Leroy 0.4 285.2 436 Douglas NiL 209.375 Pinto Creek NiL 337 340 Wolverine 3 319 463 Duck Lake 2 31477 Wise Creek NiL 447 341 Viscount NiL 227 466 Meeting Lake 2 27778 Grassy Creek NiL 234.8 343 Blucher 1.5 301.5 467 A Round Hill NiL 277

    105 Glen Bain NiL 347 6B 223 A Huron NiL 248 467 B Round Hill 2 266106 Whiska Creek NiL 326 223 B Huron NiL 361.5 493 Shellbrook N/A 123107 Lac Pelletier N/A 352 284 A Rudy NiL 244.7 497 Medstead 8 114.5108 Bone Creek NiL 254 284 B Rudy NiL 186 9B 440 Hillsdale NiL 334.5

    3BN 138 A Webb NiL 350 285 Fertile Valley NiL 310 442 Manitou Lake 0.6 304.4165 Morse N/A 251.2 286 Milden N/A 387 498 Parkdale NiL 176.5168 A Riverside NiL 302 314 Dundurn NiL 275.5 499 Mervin NiL 434168 B Riverside NiL 247.9 344 A Corman Park 4 262 501 B Frenchman Butte 1 308226 Victory NiL 138 345 Vanscoy NiL 212 501 C Frenchman Butte NiL 348228 Lacadena 3 243 346 Perdue NiL 309 502 Britannia N/A 259.5257 Monet N/A 300 376 Eagle Creek 4 265 561 Loon Lake NiL 308

    403 Rosthern NiL 205 588 A Meadow Lake 5 329588 B Meadow Lake 2 383622 Beaver River 7.5 295

    Weekly Rainfall Summary

    These precipitation amounts represent point locations within each municipality and do not necessarily reflect the whole R. M.Municipality No: A, B, C and D - more than one reporter

    for the period from Oct 1 to 7, 2019

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    Data Source: Rainfall - Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Report Database IDW interpolation (power 2.5, fixed radius 300 km)

    © 2019 Government of Saskatchewan

    Projection: UTM Zone 13 Datum: NAD83 ±0 50 100 150 20025 Kilometers

    Cumulative Rainfall

    NOTE: Since techniques used to smooth the transition between zones can affect the values in localized areas,this map should be used for regional analysis only.

    from April 1 to October 7, 2019

    October 9, 2019

    Rainfall (mm) 0.0 - 25.0

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    75.1 - 100.0

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    300.1 - 325.0

    375.1 - 400.0

    125.1 - 150.0150.1 - 175.0

    175.1 - 200.0 475.1 +450.1 - 475.0425.1 - 450.0

    400.1 - 425.0200.1 - 225.0

    225.1 - 250.0250.1 - 275.0275.1 - 300.0

    100.1 - 125.0

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    Data Source: Moisture - Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Report Database IDW interpolation (power 2.5, fixed radius 300 km)

    © 2019 Government of Saskatchewan

    Projection: UTM Zone 13 Datum: NAD83 ±0 50 100 150 20025 Kilometers

    Cropland Topsoil Moisture Conditions

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    Data Source: Moisture - Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Report Database IDW interpolation (power 2.5, fixed radius 300 km)

    © 2019 Government of Saskatchewan

    Projection: UTM Zone 13 Datum: NAD83 ±0 50 100 150 20025 Kilometers

    Hay and Pasture Topsoil Moisture Conditions

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    Data Sources: Temperature data - Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment (Wildfire Management Branch) and Environment Canada. Temperature data compiled and quality controlled by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada IDW interpolation (power 3.5, fixed radius 300 km)

    © 2019 Government of Saskatchewan

    Projection: UTM Zone 13 Datum: NAD83 ±0 50 100 150 20025 Kilometers

    Minimum Temperature

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    October 9, 2019

    from October 1 to October 7, 2019

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    © 2019 Government of SaskatchewanProjection: UTM Zone 13 Datum: NAD83 ±0 50 100 150 20025 Kilometers

    Maximum Temperature

    NOTE: Since techniques used to smooth the transition between zones can affect the values in localized areas,this map should be used for regional analysis only.

    October 9, 2019

    from October 1 to October 7, 2019Temperature (°C)

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