So I've been considering inoculating my plants with Glomus mosseae, an arbuscular mycorrhizae, but everywhere I look myco providers list multiple species in their products. I cant find a single species mix anywhere and was wondering if anyone here knew of a single species myco product out there? Or if anyone knows how to isolate a specific fungal strain from colonized roots? To explain, I understand why there are multiple species of mycos in inoculant bags, so growers can get the cumulative benefits, but considering I want to grow outdoors having multiple species seems like it would just breed competition. My goal is to establish a Common Mycorrhizal Network in which all plants eventually become connected through their root structures by the myco web. If I have 9 or more species of mycos then in theory there would be multiple small CMNs ( common mycorrhizal networks) instead of on large one. Hence the reason for finding an innocent for a single species as opposed to multiple. With one large CMN plants on the other side of the plot will still be connected to their most distant neighbors and so could communicated over much larger distances than if there were multiple competing CMNs in the soil.