By David Shield, CBC News, August 3, 2017
Agriculture minister doesn’t believe further rain will help crops at this point
Saskatchewan agriculture minister Lyle Stewart says it isn’t the worst crop year he’s ever seen, but it’s far from the best.
On Thursday, the provincial crop report stated that crops in southern Saskatchewan were rapidly drying and any future rainfall would likely come too late.
“Generally speaking, this crop is too far advanced to help now,” Stewart told reporters.
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