I would cut the molasses out def. I’m told by some more experienced growers that even in organic-only gardening that you only need molasses two or three times per grow and two of those are two weeks before flower and two weeks before harvest. Try just water and watch for when they need cal-mag. And maybe Silica. Your soil should get them through without nutrients for a couple fo weeks. I went 45 days without adding anything at all in ocean forest soil for my first grow. All went fine. Plenty of yield etc. The next time I had accumulated a lot of Down to Earth products and other things like grow dots and recharge mixed into an empty soil like ProMix. But all that could lead to over feeding. It’s tricky but the way your set up looks makes me think you’ll do fine. The first grow is anxiety inducing but remember they are easy, strong plants that mostly love to be left alone in the warm to hot light, drinking in their fresh water, and feeling the breeze. That’s all. The other stuff we do is for yield and potency, etc. Low stress training and special nutes. That’s for us; not them really. So you can always step back and take a breather and they’ll be great! Win/win.I hope that's not true because I've just given them another 2 litres of water each with molasses and liquid seaweed. I put 1 tablespoon of molasses and 6 millilitres of seaweed in 6 litres of water.