Pest-infested fence shipment stopped ...

Pest-infested fence shipment stopped in Seattle

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The U.S. Customs and Border agents have detained 11 shipments of reed fencing from China that were so infested with plant pests and diseases, it could have killed crops.

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#1 May 13, 2009
thank god for customs maybe china should check all it's shipments america has standards and they seem to not care about quality . we would buy more products if they make them better / drywall,paint, t.ect hopefully the freedom movement will be succesful and chinese people will have more freedom and rights, democracy FREE CHINA

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