By Brent Bosker
Seeding activity was going full tilt in Saskatchewan last week as farmers took advantage of dry, warm weather.
Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report released Thursday said seeding was 27 per cent complete provincewide, compared to eight per cent the previous week.
The five-year average for this time of year is approximately 44 per cent seeded.
“Provincially, we’ve had some good progress,” said Grant McLean, crop specialist with Saskatchewan Agriculture.