By Nigel Maxwell
It is simply just too wet.
"Particularly north of Prince Albert, they are reporting 90 per cent of the crop has surplus or excess moisture." said Grant McLean with Saskatchewan Agriculture.
He estimated that seeding in this neck of the woods could be delayed by two or three weeks.
"They were wet last fall and the delay in the snow melt has compounded the situation," said McLean.
Warm, dry weather this weekend will definitely help.