Crop Warfare: Mysterious seeds sent from China to US/UK

China is creating some type of silent warfare against America and the UK at the moment. There seems to be a trove of seeds which are bypassing customs at the border by mislabeling the packages. The packages include mysterious seeds, many warned against not planting the seeds as they might be some type of crop warfare. The most disturbing part which none have mentioned; what other type of chemicals could be laced on the packaging? Here are the accounts of chinese seeds being delivered in the last couple of days:

Virginia, Utah residents advised against planting mysterious seeds marked with Chinese writing

Virginia and Utah officials have advised residents not to plant unidentified, unsolicited seeds that residents have reported receiving in packets with Chinese text on them.

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) announced Friday that it “has been notified that several Virginia residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China.”

VDACS said neither the number of people who have received the seeds nor the species of plant can yet be confirmed.

“The types of seeds in the packages are unknown at this time and may be invasive plant species. The packages were sent by mail and may have Chinese writing on them,” the VDACS statement continued.

A Fox affiliate in Salt Lake City also reported this week that Utah residents have also been receiving unsolicited seed packages with Chinese writing over the past two weeks.  


Washington Department of Agriculture Receives Reports of Residents Being Mailed Unsolicited Seeds From China

The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has recently received reports of residents receiving seeds in the mail addressed from China that they did not order. The seeds are reportedly sent in packages usually stating that the contents are jewelry.

The WSDA says these particular seeds shown in the photos, were not ordered at all, and appear to be purposely mislabeled to get through customs. 


After Louisiana resident receives unsolicited seeds from China, officials investigating

A St. Rose resident received an unsolicited package filled with seeds originating from China, according to the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry.

LDAF alerted Louisiana residents that reports of people who have received unsolicited packages of seeds have been recorded in Utah, Virginia, Washington and the United Kingdom.

“Right now, we are uncertain what types of seeds are in the package. Out of caution, we are urging anyone who receives a package that was not ordered by the recipient, to please call the LDAF immediately,” said Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Mike Strain.


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Hundreds of Brit gardeners ‘warned not to plant mystery seeds sent from China’

Gardeners across the UK have sent out a warning after hundreds were sent unsolicited packages of seeds, which are believed to have been sent from China.

The packages were posted to customers who previously purchased seeds on Amazon marketplace and eBay.

Many of the gardeners were baffled after they received the unwanted deliveries, which were not paid for, which were marked as “petals” or “ear studs”.

It was claimed this could have been done in order to avoid custom checks. Government officials said they had been made aware of the bizarre case and it is understood at least one police force has been notified. Gardeners are warned not to plant the seeds if they received them in case they are an invasive non-native species.