INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Indiana’s agriculture department is joining the chorus of states telling people not to plant any mystery seeds they get from China.
The Indiana Department of Agriculture yesterday said at least two people in the state have gotten packets of seeds in the mail. No one is sure what the seeds are.
Ag officials say they may be an invasive plant.
The state’s advice is to keep the package, the seeds, and anything else that came with the bundle and hand it over so the Department of Ag can investigate.
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