Fla. Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried issued a warning previous week: If you get seeds in the mail that you did not buy, do not open them – or plant them.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Much more than 600 Floridians documented seeds displaying up in the mail – seeds they did not buy or know something about. The U.S. Division of Agriculture calls it a “brushing” fraud.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried previous week elevated fears about unsolicited packages of seeds bearing Chinese people and the title China Publish. The Division of Agriculture and Customer Expert services asks Floridians to report the