An attempt was made to know the important characterization of climate extremes on plants nad soil properties by Nano- Dynamic Response Analysis. An advance soil condition monitoring technique using Laser Interferometry based biomechanical experiment is presented. Sensitive elasto-mechanic reversible R ΔL = 0.0001mm and irreversible ( I ΔL = 0.005mm) growth response of plants by multiple external environmental variables at nano level are measured. Such response is mathematically correlated with the mechanics of transpiration and soil physical properties (Dry and Wet) or more precisely water content and finally as a derivative of climate change. These dynamic changes in plant growth demonstrate the nano level effect of climate change is an alarming signature and it has been suggested that precipitation changes may have limited transpiration mechanism causing the lack of irreversible plant growth. It is also suggested that the change in plant diameter can be used to trigger alarming system for monitoring global warming.