I have been messing with fungi and bacteria a bit lately or at least with a very few strains that I can get my hands on since everything seems to be illegal now. I have found some very positive root growth when Glomus Intraradice is introduced to the roots. It seems to be readily setting up fungi webs and playing nice with the plants. Previous to this I started growing micro clover as a companion plant . I have inoculated the clover with the Rhizobium bacteria as to induce it to store Nitrogen in little pods in its roots. What I am wondering is if the Fungi Glomus Intraradice will eventually network the clover to the plants thus giving the plants access to the Nitrogen sacks on the clover roots. I do understand that normally the nitrogen that is made by the infected clover is not available till it died and tilled into the soil, but I wonder if this fungi web will allow this network to skip this step and access this nitrogen immediately Any thoughts?