An agrarian M.B.A. discusses the principles of living well.
Are bugs really attracted to purple I wonder... That would be pretty strange if they were, but it would make color coded flowers make more sense.
Wow, Lona is clever. I was hoping for a more exotic explaination.
From another article: "The color of the traps is important. They’re purple because insects are more attracted to red and purple hues."
Then why aren't ash trees purple?
Hmm, I have an "Autumn Purple Ash" in my front yard- perhaps this is some part of the adaptation? Ours doesn't get to be that shade exactly, but the leaves are a lovely redish-purple in the fall.
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