In this paper we present a simple coding scheme for communication between nanomachines that utilizes bacteria as information carriers. In particular, we utilize two main properties of bacteria to facilitate communication, which includes their ability to swim within the medium, as well as the mechanism to transfer information between each other through a process known as conjugation. While the conjugation process amplifies the quantity of information to be delivered to the destination, the process of copying the information between the bacteria can terminate prematurely leading to copies of partial messages. In order to enhance message transfer reliability and delivery in a timely manner, in this paper we explore a simple Forward and Reverse coding process for blocks of messages at the source nanomachine. Our simulation work have shown that the combined coding process improves plasmid transfer reliability for bacteria nanonetworks.