Prior to planting Roundup Ready canola or TruFlex canola,  and participate in related marketing programs, farmers need to complete a  License and Stewardship Agreement (LSA). 

The LSA outlines farmers' obligations in planting Bayer canola technologies, including adherence to the Crop Management Plan (CMP) and relevant regulatory requirements of the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) and the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR). 

An LSA only needs to be completed once.

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* 1. Have you grown Roundup Ready Canola Technologies before (Roundup Ready or TruFlex canola)?

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* 4. Please provide the following address details about your farm business for a License and Stewardship Agreement (LSA) sent via DocuSign®.

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