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Bt cotton production is also now approved in Northern Australia after initial concerns about the risk of gene flow to native Australian cottons and about potential weediness were demonstrated to be negligible risks (OGTR, 2006). Although recognized as a potential issue (Ward, 2005), no sucking pests have become secondary pests of Bt cotton in Australia, although higher populations of two-spotted spider mites have been observed associated with Bt cotton production systems (L. Wilson, Narrabri, 2007, personal communication).
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