Out-crossing between genetically modified herbicide-tolerant (GMHT) and non-GM rape cultivars was studied using GMHT source field plots of approximately 0.8 ha. Levels of cross-pollination between adjacent fully fertile rape varieties declined rapidly with increasing distance from the interface between plots. A varietal association with low levels of male sterility showed higher levels of out-crossing than other varieties. Out-crossing data were used to compare negative exponential and inverse power-law models for their fit to describe the observed relationship between cross-pollination and distance from source. Results showed that the inverse power-law model provided a better fit of the data.