It's Earth and the moon with all parameters as they are in real life with one exception, the moon is twice as reflective as usual. Instead of an albedo of 0.12, the moon has an albedo of 0.24. This change will have huge implications for all kinds of things. What I'm interested in is the growth rate of plants.
With a brighter moon would plants have more energy for growth or is that still too dim to be useful? If the extra light is useful, how useful would it be?
My assumption is that it will have a small but measurable impact on plant growth. My understanding is that photosynthesis shuts down in darkness so having a little more light on nights when the moon is up will provide more energy for the plant to use.