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Mystery seeds from China found in unsolicited packages across the U.S.



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The U.S. Department of Agriculture and officials in multiple states have issued warnings about unsolicited packets of seeds apparently sent from China, and are advising people not to plant them. CBS Los Angeles reports.



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