Got a few ft³ of Fox Farm ocean forest from Amazon should be here by Friday. Photojournal to followNow you're cooking
Scrap that last thing and start over
Definitely mix coco into your soil at a ratio of 2:1 (2parts soil:1part coco). It is even reccomended to do this printed on most soil bags. The coco stops the soil from compacting, aids with aeration etc and vastly improves root growth vs soil alone. This in turn noticeably increases final yield, (in my experience by about 33%+ vs soil alone). I have always mixed coco into my soil, since the first time I tried it. You can even buy pre mixed soil, like Tropic Batmix etc, that are premixed 2:1 soil:coco with added guano etc.
Biobizz Allmix is a good allround soil and biobizz nutes do a good organic job start to finish or if you want a "hot" soil for flower you can look at Plagron batmix, H&G batmix or Tropic Batmix. (But for sure always make sure theres coco mixed in 2:1 if its not already premixed)