In the US, told about the contents of mysterious parcels with seeds from China
Identified 14 different types of seeds from the mysterious packages received from China, said Deputy Director inspection service for checking the health of animals and plants the U.S. Department of agriculture Osama El-Lissi. An audio recording of his statement appears on the Agency's website.
"We have identified 14 different types of seeds, including mustard, cabbage, bindweed and some herbs, like mint, sage, rosemary, lavender, and other seeds, among which are hibiscus and rose," said El-Lissi.
Earlier, NHK reported about the mysterious parcels from China to Japan, from anonymous senders. They were received by the inhabitants in different parts of the country. The packages didn't have stamps quarantine service, and each of them contained seeds.
Such cases are recorded in Australia and 20 U.S. States.