Seeding is progressing rapidly in central Manitoba.
Manitoba Agriculture is pegging seeding progress anywhere between 40 and 95 per cent complete in the region, with the most progress being made in the eastern and southern parts of central Manitoba.
A significant number of producers have wrapped up seeding operations.
The majority of cereals are planted.
Canola acres range from 30 to 95% complete. A few flea beetles, both striped and crucifer types have been spotted during warmer days, but there has been no significant feeding evidence on volunteer canola to date.
Corn continues to go in, ranging from 60 to 100 per cent complete, and sunflowers and flax range from 40 to 60 per cent done.
Soybean acres range from 20 to 80 per cent complete.
Winterkill is a concern in some winter wheat and perennial ryegrass fields and re-seeding has occurred where damage was considered too severe.
Higher than normal levels of winter annual and annual weeds is also being noted.
Seeding progress across the province is estimated at 50 to 60 per cent complete.