Germination rates in the area of our facility with wireless access are roughly half of that on the other side of the shed...
There are other variables involved, like whether the sun shines more on one side of the shed (raising the temperature on that side), whether the door is nearer one side or the other, etc. Without validating the other scenarios (no wifi anywhere = germination everywhere; wifi on the other side = swapped germination; wifi on both sides = no germination), your 'data' is nothing more than a coincidence.
As an amateur radio operator I regularly deal with MUCH higher power levels at similar frequencies* - I have never seen any such result, so my 'data' offsets yours.
*We are allowed to transmit with up to 1500W PEP in the same band as Wifi, namely 2300-2450MHz (with gaps). There are no limits to the gain of the antennas we use, so we could easily have an EIRP in the 10's of megawatts. I can legally run a microwave oven with the door open.