This thread will be a little dramatic and yet a little funny at the same time. We as applicator's and seasoned LCO's are familiar with colors associated with the landscape, and that certain insects are attracted to certain colors. Does a particular color of company shirts attract hazardous insect attacks on employees? I won't forget to leave out the Boss's and owners too!! I have tried to purchase colors of work wear that do not attract bees--wasps--hornets--or any other insect that stings in order protect myself as well as our hired help. I have always tried to keep things cool and purchase yellow, white, pink colors that correlate to spring time colors and colors that will reflect heat from the wearer. But each season, the attacks of wasp, hornet, and bees are becoming ever more popular with the yellow and pink shirts. There have been instances where the lighter green colored shirts attracted insects but not like the horrible stinging types. We dont like to use the darker colored clothing because of the intense heat that is absorbed. What have you noticed about the use of certain colors that may have lead to your insect stings.??? Have you done research on color selections that fit your business profiles for safety.