Mysterious Chinese seeds were part of a internet scam

An update now to the cases of mysterious seeds being mailed to farmers across the U.S.

The Ag Department says that its investigation found no evidence someone was intentionally trying to hurt U.S. ag.

They say it was part of an internet brushing scam, where sellers ship out cheaper items to increase their online ratings.

However, USDA did publish new rules for online trade of plants and seeds from other countries. They cover everything from what plants can be imported to documents needed.

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