How do I know if/when to add nutrients?

Our plant started out sharing a solo cup with another, in miracle grow (I know, I know lol my husband just found them one day and decided to shove them in whatever we had and see what happened.) They were transplanted into Fox Farms Ocean Forest a month or 2 ago (we really didn’t expect it to survive so we haven’t tracked anything but they started growing back in like December) and it was switched to flowering 2 weeks ago and is starting to form buds now. We haven’t ever put nutrients in it so not totally sure if/when we should start…advice?

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Here is Foxfarm’s feeding schedule, this is how you should feed your plants according to them if you’re using their soil.

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I bought the dirty dozen kit from them online and so far I’m having really good results! I also use these three soil products from them and have had no trouble at all as long as I watch my Ph and PPMs. Are use 3 gallon and 5 gallon fabric pots. Their soil is usually good for about four weeks without needing any nutrients