We know that tobacco smoking is associated with a wide range of negative health effects in humans, which holds for active smoking, second hand smoking and probably even third hand smoking.
What are the effects of second hand smoke exposure on plants?
For example the german wikipedia page on nitrogen dioxide claims that exposure to nitrogen dioxide leads to reduced yield in apple and pear trees, white birch, barley and salad. It is also stated that first physical signs of alterations can be detected with one time exposure at levels as low as 3 ppb for less than one hour. However I cannot access the source because it is a book.
Bonus: How does cannabis smoke differ from tobacco smoke with respect to plant health?