Those seeds from China: how a likely marketing tool fed conspiracy fears in the US

//Those seeds from China: how a likely marketing tool fed conspiracy fears in the US

Those seeds from China: how a likely marketing tool fed conspiracy fears in the US

Onion farmer Chris Pawelski of Warwick, New York, was curious in July when he found a package in his postbox that he had not ordered.The shipping label indicated it came from Shenzhen, a technology hub in southern China. It was also printed with “wire connector” in English and “rings” in Chinese.When Pawelski, 53, opened it, he found neither a wire connector nor jewellery, but a tiny plastic bag of mixed seeds – one of thousands of people around the world who received such seeds in recent…

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