Here's my nutrient rack. From the top down I have my pH adjusters, phosphoric acid and potassium carbonate along with iron sulphate which I don't really use, next to that is the kelp extract which I use consistently.
Next shelf down is the chelators, fulvic and amino acids. The potasium silicate is here and I factor in its K content on the feed. The other amino acid L-tryptophan, is for early rooting but I don't really use it.
Below that I have my PK boosters. For P I use monoammonium phosphate(MAP) in early veg and rooting through to flower, factoring in it's N content. I switch over to monopotassium phosphate (MKP) after flipping for the added K.￼ However, I will probably drop this and stick with MAP. I want to use potassium sulphate more which I don't start till about week 3 of flower because of all the K the plant gets from the potassium silicate and the MKP. I was concerned about the N in MAP for flower but with how I feed the micro I'm not too concerned anymore with overloading on N. the last thing on here is yucca extract sitting under the potash. I use that to help the minerals stay suspended in solution.
Lastly is the Micro and Bloom. I rely on the micro solely for the macro nutrients and Nitrogen but don't factor in its calcium content. I only use the Bloom when I'm too lazy to use salts, usually for the mother plants in a 1:1 ratio of micro to bloom.
For calmag I use calcium nitrate and magnesium sulphate.