After UK, Dozens of People Receive Mysterious Seed Packets from China in Several US States

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A strange package has been sent to people in multiple states: random, unidentified seeds from China.

The seeds are just one more indication that the US is now in the midst of a chemical and biological terror war with its enemies.

Mysterious seed packets from China sent to dozens of people in US states
Mysterious seed packets from China sent to dozens of people in US states. Picture: DM

Residents in Washington, Utah and Virginia have received small packages of seeds in the mail that appear to be sent from China, officials said.

Today we received reports of people receiving seeds in the mail from China that they did not order,” the Virginia State Department of Agriculture said Friday. “The seeds are sent in packages usually stating that the contents are jewelry. Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants, or be harmful to livestock.

The seeds often come in sealed packages, and people should not open the packages, officials said. It should be reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for agricultural smuggling.

Invasive species wreak havoc on the environment, displace or destroy native plants and insects and severely damage crops,” the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said in a statement Friday. “Taking steps to prevent their introduction is the most effective method of reducing both the risk of invasive species infestations and the cost to control and mitigate those infestations.

Lori Culley, who lives in Tooele, Utah, told Fox 13 that she found two small packages in her mailbox Tuesday that had Chinese writing on them.

I opened them up and they were seeds,” Culley told the news station. “Obviously they’re not jewelry!

In Utah, at least 40 people had received mysterious seeds, Fox 13 reported. It is unclear how many people in Virginia and Washington were mailed a package of seeds, but officials said “several.”

The Daily Mail last week reported similar incidents in Great Britain. According to the English newspaper, horticulturalists have issued a warning after ‘hundreds’ of British gardeners received unsolicited deliveries of seeds thought to have been sent from China.

The mysterious packages have been posted to customers who previously made legitimate seed purchases through sites such as Amazon marketplace and eBay.

But many of the gardeners were left baffled after receiving unexpected deliveries – which were not paid for – marked as ‘petals’ and ‘ear studs’, potentially to avoid customs checks.

So what the heck is going on? The seeds are just one more indication that the US and its allies are now in the midst of a chemical and biological terror war with its enemies. More weird news on Strange Sounds and Steve QuayleNow if you are looking for supplements to increase your healthy lifestyle and sexlife please visit Natural Health Source.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Or maybe get some pots and let it grow. then you’ll see what’s that.

    this is the same iditoism when communists were in every corner ..
    and now when you look back, its funny, right?

    well this and many of what the people do nowadays are funny even in the present. for me it’s sad.
    you can’t escape the consequences anyway..

  2. Just a thought.Is someone trying desperately to spread seed stock before its destroyed either by their government or nature?Yes I admit that the first thought I had was one of warfare multiple types.Yet to send this many packs in fairly far flung places suggests that it may be preservation rather than war.Who knows maybe its a random act of gardening kindness? Mean well and don’t realize how its being percieved.

    • That was exactly my thought as well. But one thing is strange though: there is no mention in the article about officials testing the seeds for potential danger. Wouldn’t that be the first logical thing to do before releasing an article about it?

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