That’s a question a lot of producers across Alberta have right now. It’s especially concerning for producers in central and north central areas that planted their crops later than usual, because of the cool wet spring, and excess moisture and leftover crop from last year. Drew Lerner with World Weather Inc. says his maps are showing pretty decent harvesting weather across the prairies. Lerner says it’s certainly looking much better than a year ago. But he is concerned about crop maturity, especially as there are signs of frost in the not too distant future.