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DIR 051/2004 - Field trial of genetically modified (GM) sugarcane expressing sucrose isomerase

DIR 051/2004 Notification of decision to issue a licence - posted 14 February 2005 (RTF 31 KB)
DIR 051/2004 Notification of decision to issue a licence - posted 14 February 2005 (PDF 21 KB)

DIR 051/2004 Questions and Answers (RTF 29 KB)
DIR 051/2004 Questions and Answers (PDF 16 KB)

DIR 051/2004 - Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan (RARMP) summary (RTF 98 KB)
DIR 051/2004 - Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan (RARMP) summary (PDF 59 KB)

DIR 051/2004 - Full Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan (RARMP) for Field trial of genetically modified (GM) sugarcane expressing sucrose isomerase (RTF 1.47 MB)
DIR 051/2004 - Full Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan (RARMP) for Field trial of genetically modified (GM) sugarcane expressing sucrose isomerase (PDF 559 KB)

DIR 051/2004 - GM Sugarcanes Licence Conditions (Word 81 KB)
DIR 051/2004 - GM Sugarcanes Licence Conditions (PDF 557 KB)

DIR 051/2004 - Sugarcanes licence application summary (RTF 161 KB)
DIR 051/2004 - Sugarcanes licence application summary (PDF 33 KB)

Reference material

The Biology and Ecology of Sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids) in Australia (RTF 646 KB)
The Biology and Ecology of Sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids) in Australia (PDF 134 KB)

Risk Analysis Framework for Licence Applications to the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (2nd Edition) 2005 (PDF 1.92 MB)

Site details for DIR 051/2004

Site no. Area (ha) Date planted LGA/State GPS Coordinates Crop status Crop status updated
10.38Burdekin/QLDSigned offFebruary 2013

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