I'm going to plant a few small areas with vetch, dutch clover and Buckwheat (about 6000 square feet each). It won't be enough for any serious production, but it might give them something interesting to do in late August. When I picked up the clover seeds, the lady at the feed store recommended, and sold me, a small packet of innoculant that she said would help the clover seed germinate faster. That sort of made sense as I recall doing something like that to pea and bean seeds in the past. My question is would innoculant also be helpful for the vetch and buckwheat since they are all nitrogen fixers?