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DIR 020/2002 - General release of Roundup Ready® canola (Brassica napus) in Australia



Fact Sheet - Status of GM Canola Approvals

Decision on issuing a licence for application DIR 020/2002 for commercial release of GM herbicide tolerant canola (Roundup® Ready Canola) (HTML) - posted 19 December 2003
Decision on issuing a licence for application DIR 020/2002 for commercial release of GM herbicide tolerant canola (Roundup® Ready Canola) (PDF 15 KB) - posted 19 December 2003

Media release - Joint regulatory decision on Monsanto GM canola (HTML) - posted 19 December 2003
Media release - Joint regulatory decision on Monsanto GM canola (PDF 14 KB) - posted 19 December 2003

Questions and answers on Monsanto Roundup Ready® genetically modified (GM) canola risk assessment (HTM)
Questions and answers on Monsanto Roundup Ready® genetically modified (GM) canola risk assessment (PDF 28 KB)

DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application risk assessment and risk management plan (HTML)
DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application risk assessment and risk management plan (PDF 662 KB)

DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application executive summary of risk assessment and risk management plan (HTML)
DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application executive summary of risk assessment and risk management plan (PDF 53 KB)

DIR 020/2002 - Licence conditions (HTML)
DIR 020/2002 - Licence conditions (PDF 58 KB)

DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application summary (HTML)
DIR 020/2002 - canola licence application summary (PDF 58 KB)

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The biology and ecology of canola (Brassica napus)

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