Does music help plants grow?

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There are a number of theories about this.

Basically I'd say that it is more because of the frequency/ or frequencies that the plants respond to - perhaps at a cellular level.

In nature there is no band or orchistra playing to the plants, and they have been able to evolve quite happily for th past 300 million years with out any music.

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