Can Music of the Plants affect the plant’s growth?

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Salvatore ‘Camaleonte’ Sanfilippo has found over and again that given the same conditions in terms of light, nutrients and care, plants that make music grow more than those that do not. To test this hypothesis, we took two cyclamens, grown from the same batch of seeds, and planted them in the same pot and then looked after them in the same way. The only difference was that one of them was connected to a musical device, while the other one was not. After a few weeks, the plant that played music had more leaves that were much bigger than those of her sister.

What stimulated this experiment was the casual observation that an Impatiens Sultanii, which used to accompany me on tour to give presentations and concerts, had grown bigger than another otherwise similar one that we had acquired at the same time, but which was always in our greenhouse. After a year, the plant that played music and travelled with me had grown twice as big as the other one. It was more complex, and had more leaves and buds. Another interesting observation is that the ‘musical’ plants tend to have more flowers, which often open just a few hours after the plant has performed.”

(from “Music of the Plants” book)

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