You gonna be thicc, Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette
Okay, so here in NZ you can buy a few different species of tree (different oaks, pines etc) inoculated with the truffle fungus. Problem is, they cost about 50 dollars each. Do you think, theoretically, that if one was to purchase a single specimen of inoculated tree, pot it up in a big pot with a bunch of sterile soil, wait a few months and then plant acorns around the outside, that the baby oak trees, when sprouted, would also be inoculated? Worth a try? Or madness?