The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has revealed in research that the common variety of tomatoes are seeded inside the packet. In botany language, they are identified as Solanum Lycopersicum.
Washington: The world is scared in the Corona period. The news of the mysterious packet from China to the United States amid threats of biological attack gave rise to fears of any further untoward. The packet is yet to be revealed, but what was filled in the packet has been identified. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has revealed in research that the common variety of tomatoes are seeded inside the packet. In the language of Botany, these are called Solanum Lycopersicum.
Despite no threat from these in the preliminary investigation, the seeds will be sent to the laboratory of the National Identification Services Department (NIS) of Beltsville for the next round of testing. The USDA received several packets of seed juice (Rhus), a variety found in abundance throughout North America. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will conduct further tests in several phases to ensure that they are not dangerous at all times. This will not pose any threat to humans and plants. A U.S. citizen had informed his country’s Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Inspection Services about the suspicious packets.
Warfare or new plot
There was a round of fierce speculation on the subject on social media. This is China’s new conspiracy to divert the world’s attention from the claimed coronavirus. Apart from the timing of this development, the way people send seeds was also questionable. People in several states of the United States had received many mysterious packets from China.
Once the toys were released in the name of the yoke, the US Department of Agriculture issued a warning advising them to avoid sowing these seeds. Now, U.S. botanists decided to explore possibilities like what could happen after sowing these seeds. The USDA said in its statement that the next phase will also focus on ensuring the protection of natural resources and agricultural interests.