The Nevada Department of Agriculture is warning residents to be vigilant about a new seed scam.
Officials say they have received multiple reports of people getting seeds in the mail from China, often times labeled as jewelry, that they didn’t order. The Nevada Department of says this appears to be a nationwide issue and they are coordinating with federal and state partners to determine necessary follow up.
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If you have received a shipment, you are encouraged to email or call Russell Wilhelm at 775-750-5910 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not open the package and leave it in an isolated place until further notice.ADVERTISING
Officials urge you not to plant the unsolicited seeds as they can be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants and harmful to livestock.
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