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Customs inspectors work at U.S. Canadian border to keep U.S. agriculture safe

Dangerous and destructive hitchhikers can be coming into the U.S. on trucks or shipping containers from around the world. But thanks to ag specialists with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, many of these pests and noxious weeds are stopped before they arrive.

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