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China mystery seeds: Are they really a ‘brushing’ scam? Here’s everything we know so far

29 Jul 2020

Don’t plant them. Don’t eat them. Here’s what to do if you receive an unsolicited package of seeds in the mail.

Mysterious packages of seeds, many postmarked from China, are showing up at hundreds of people’s homes across the country, prompting state departments of agriculture to issue warnings to residents not to plant them in the ground. Here’s what you need to know about this very odd scenario:


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