Does Music Help Plants Grow?

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Yes, scientists have done studies to determine that music helps plants to grow. The study was done in South Korea, and included mostly classical music.
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Classical music has been determined by research to be a stimulant for plant growth. Many experiments have been conducted that grow several plants in different areas. Each plant is
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A 2007 study in South Korea in rice fields showed that sounds at 125Hz and 250Hz made genes rbcS and Ald, that are known to respond to light, more active whereas sound waves at 50HZ
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According to this science project, classical music did help
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Water. H20. Aqua. Plants have been using water for billions of years. Why do so many people ask what other liquids will plants grow beter in, I have no idea why. Coke, orange juice,
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