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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Jun 19, 2014 04:53 PM CDT

The crop report release today by Saskatchewan Agriculture is but a snapshot in time for the June 10 to 16 period, with data pointing to a good crop on the way although later than recent years in terms of its stage of development.

Both the Southeastern and East-Central regions continue to face challenges, with 91% and 93% of the seeding complete in these regions, respectively. With provincial seeding progress reported to be 95% complete as of June 16, it would appear that some 1.8 million acres may be in jeopardy given Statistics Canada's early estimate of 35.530 million acres to ...

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