Plant Grown From Mystery China Seeds to be RemovedPeople across the U.S. have been receiving unsolicited mystery seeds from China in what the USDA believes is a so-called "brushing" scam.
USDA Warns of Dangers From Inconspicuous Chinese Seeds Received UnsolicitedAt least 14 seed species have been identified in mysterious packages sent unsolicited to people in the U.S. from China, but officials are continuing to warn those who receive the seeds to not plant them.
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