Ninety-eight percent of crops are in the ground, according to the Saskatchewan Agriculture Weekly Crop Report.
This puts seeding for this time of year ahead of the last five years, where the average has been 89 percent.
Warm weather has helped crop growth, but there are some areas in the north where rain is needed.
Topsoil moisture on cropland is at an eight percent surplus, 81 percent adequate, nine percent short, and two percent very short.
Hay land and pasture topsoil is at a two percent surplus, 81 percent adequate, 14 percent short and two percent very short.
Farmers are now working to finish up remaining seeding and are trying to control weeds and insects. Flea beetles and cutworms have damaged crops in some areas.