Gotten any weird seeds in the mail lately? Here’s what you need to know

Most of the packages are mislabeled as jewelry or toys but contain a package of seeds instead.. Photo via the Washington State Department of Agriculture

Just when you think 2020 is done throwing curveballs, people start receiving unsolicited packages of seeds in the mail, seemingly from China. Yes, this is a real thing—confirmed by the USDA and ADAI—and no, I never thought I would write that sentence. Here’s everything you need to know including what to do if you receive any suspicious seeds yourself.

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