About the GMO tables
The following tables provide a summary of GMOs released into the environment.
GMOs can be released for a limited time under specified conditions (limited and controlled release) or without a time limit on their release (“Commercial release”). Some restrictions on commercial releases may still apply.
All releases are assigned a licence number and referred to as “DIR” which is short for “Dealings involving intentional release” into the environment. “Dealing” with GMO includes many activities such as conduct experiments, make, develop, produce, transport and dispose.
In addition to licences, there is also a “GMO Register”. The Regulator can decide that certain dealings previously authorised by a licence may be included in the GMO Register. Dealings on the GMO register no longer require a licence, they can be conducted by anyone.
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|Licence No||Organisation||Title of Project||Parent Organism||Modified Trait||Issue Date||Licence Status|
|DIR 160||Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources||Limited and controlled release of perennial ryegrass genetically modified for fructan biosynthesis||Application under evaluation|
|DIR 158||Go Resources Pty Ltd||Commercial release of safflower genetically modified for high oleic acid composition||Application under evaluation|
|DIR 157||Syngenta Australia Pty Ltd||Commercial release of cotton genetically modified for insect resistance (COT102)||Application under evaluation|
|DIR 156||RMIT University||Limited and controlled release of buffalo grass genetically modified for herbicide tolerance and dwarf phenotype||Application under evaluation|
|DIR 155||Nuseed Pty Ltd||Commercial release of canola genetically modified for omega-3 oil content (DHA canola)||Application under evaluation|