Well this is the second time Ive prepared this post. I got the token expired message, and lost the entire thing, so lets see if I can recreate it again! This time Ill make sure to Copy my message multiple times before I try to post.
Anyways...Here is my nutrient profile when I feed at 310 PPM
Total N: 129.44
Some of those values will appear low, such as K, Mg, Ca, S, which is why they offer the Mag Pro to provide more of those except Ca. I use Osmocote to provide for some of the missing values, although there is no Ca in my Osmocote. I could always use some Calcium Nitrate I have to provide additional Ca, but Id have to be careful not to raise the N levels too high.
TBH, I can't recall my garden experiencing Ca deficiencies, so Im not too concerned. N and Mag deficiencies are much more common when plants are underfed and/or moved too close to the light source(upper canopy yellowing often occurs).
Another thing I really like about Grow, is that it uses a 2:1 ratio of Nitrate N to Ammonium N. If you're fertilizer is mostly made up of Nitrate N, you will see your media pH steadily rising during the entire crop. This occurred with GH 3 part series, which is nearly all NN. It wasn't uncommon to find media pH at 8.0 and higher with the long flowering Sats after harvest. I really didn't like that, so the switch to Dyna Gro has been very helpful.
Before I said I dont pay much attention to media pH now, and part of the reason is because the amount of Ammonium N in Dyna Grow helps reduce media pH, and prevent the uncontrolled high runaway like I saw with GH 3 part series. And who the hell wants to mix 3 different nutrients up anyways. Was a huge hassle. Stay away from it.
I just checked my Osmocote, and it actually uses more AN, than NN, which we learned is to keep that media pH in check. If anyone was ever looking for a good two part combo to grow their plants with this is it. It may not be for everyone, especially Organic growers, but my buds get mistaken for Organic quite often
The truth is as long as you dont over-feed during flowering, your buds should be tasty and delicious no matter what method you use to feed.