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(Food and Wine)   The USDA has identified 14 different species in those 'mystery seeds' from China and so far, no magic beanstalks   (foodandwine.com) divider line
    More: Followup, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, different species of seeds, Plant, Fruit, China Post, United States Postal Service, Species  
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2020-08-04 9:20:28 AM  
Wasn't this just a manipulation of online commerce algorithms, as opposed to biological warfare?
 
2020-08-04 10:28:32 AM  
I saw in another article that many of these seeds were coated with pesticides. Seriously, don't plant them, don't handle them, just get rid of them.

Also, freeze your credit reports because it's very likely your identity has been stolen.
 
2020-08-04 5:18:32 PM  

Fabric_Man: I saw in another article that many of these seeds were coated with pesticides. Seriously, don't plant them, don't handle them, just get rid of them.

Also, freeze your credit reports because it's very likely your identity has been stolen.


Not necessarily, they may just be using your mailing information from when you bought from another company before
 
2020-08-05 7:34:53 AM  

Fabric_Man: I saw in another article that many of these seeds were coated with pesticides. Seriously, don't plant them, don't handle them, just get rid of them.

Also, freeze your credit reports because it's very likely your identity has been stolen.


So don't eat the morning glory seeds.
 
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