The same team says that other species of plants, tomatoes and tobacco, would even be able to make sounds perceivable by some animals even several meters away.
These works increase the knowledge in the field of vegetable communication, a concept still considered quite controversial. There are some pseudoscientific statements according to which, for example, plants would grow better if exposed to classical music or if their grower is emotionally well disposed. The fact is that many plants are able to send chemical signals into the air and interact with each other through their roots, which form the so-called wood-wide web. So there is nothing to suggest that they may actually use sound as well.