yes it affect the growth.
their are some myth that caffeine can affect plants bad or good
it does because it does
yep. it stunts it
the warmer it is the faster it grows
Yes, salt water does affect bean plant growth. Many think that it can make them grow better than regular water, but the water can affect the natural sodium in the bean making them taste saltier.
Caffeine has minerals like potassium are often found alongside caffeine when it occurs in plant sources like coffee beans, and that could help the plant grow faster. But the cafffeine itself would be unlikely to have any affect on the plants rate of growth.
just like tap water
How vinegar affects plant growth is by being acidic, and it works in negatively against the plant growth. It damages the cells to the plants.
What type of bean plant?
Bean plants are plants and require sunlight in order to photosynthesise. A lack of sunlight will cause the plant to grow taller in search of sunlight if it receives water but it will yellow in colour.