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Scientific American 08/05/2020 07:30
Last week an official at the Plant Protection and Quarantine program at the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) said that so far the agency has “identified 14 different species of seeds, including mustard, cabbage, morning glory and some of the herbs—like mint, sage, rosemary, lavender—and other seeds, like hibiscus and roses.
Hindu Business Line (India) 08/05/2020 01:47
Plant seeds are an easy target, and India already has a large-scale illegal trade in such seeds, with farmers gaining access to banned HTBT cotton and other GM seeds.
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Farms.com 08/04/2020 07:27
We have identified 14 different species of seeds including mustard, cabbage, morning glory, and some herbs like mint, sage, rosemary, (and) lavender,” Osama El-Lissy, a member of the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS) plant protection program, said in a ...
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Seed Today 08/03/2020 09:19
Robin Pruisner, a state seed control official at the Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship in Iowa, told Reuters that she has heard reports of a coating of possible insecticide or fungicide on the seeds, which could prove especially harmful to crops ...
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EcoWatch 07/28/2020 12:09
At least 27 states have warned their residents not to plant any seeds they receive from mysterious, unsolicited packages that appear to have been sent from , . officials also told anyone who received one of the packages to alert authorities. They are worried the seeds could harm the environment by introducing , pests or diseases. "Invasive species wreak havoc on the environment, displace or destroy native and insects and severely damage crops," the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said in a news release Friday, as . "Taking steps to prevent their introduction is the most effective method of reducing both the risk of invasive species infestations and the cost to control and mitigate those infestations.". VDACS urges #V.
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