So you're top dressing?
Add 1 tsp blood meal per gallon of pot size and 1/4 tsp langbeinite per gallon pot size per month. Both the bone meal and Bio Live have too much Phosphate and are unnecessary imo. Just be sure your soil has a good ecology...biochar is a better option than Bio Live.
You just need some good compost or worm castings, a calcium source that doesn't have Phos (like Gypsum), and a source of micronutrients like kelp, greensand, or rock dust.
Top dress1/4 cup compost/EWC per gallon container every two weeks, and and either 1/2 tsp kelp every two weeks or 1 tsp rock dust/greensand monthly, per gallon pot size. The amount of gypsum (calcium) you need depends on your water source.
I'd also add an additional 1 Tbsp wood ashes per gallon pot size at flowering for some additional potash. Also, have some high N bat guano or composted chicken litter on hand if you're not sure when to start top dressing as these have a good amount of nitrate that is immediately available in case the compost/EWC aren't enough.