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 Dozens of US states have reported mysterious seeds showing up in packages from China and are warning citizens not to plant them because they could be an invasive species.

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Comment by Andrew Cumberland on August 3, 2020 at 22:12

I saw that too.  Not sure that I would plant unsolicited seeds but it's fair warning. 

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