I am. There was a thought in my head as to running the basic Jacks formula beginning to end. That is the 3-2-1 formula of 3.6 grams part A, 2.4 grams part B, and 1.2 grams of Epsom salts. That is the only thing my plants received from sprouting seeds to flip to flower. It seemed to me though that with so many experienced growers using Jacks and still using bloom boosters of various brands, and adding silica to the nutrients would probably be a good idea. I have experience growing heirloom tomato plants from seed and transplanting into my garden, but this is my first time growing this plant and my first time growing anything indoors beyond vegetative stage. I wanted to learn how to grow this and how to do it as simply as possible. So I started adding Armor-si 1 or 2 days before flip and then switched to the flower formula that @AfgVet shared with me. For this first 3 weeks of flower I am feeding, per gallon of water,2 ml of silica, 2 grams part A, 2 grams of Epsom salts, 2 grams of part B, and then 1.2 grams of MPK -in that order. Then adjust PH to 5.8 and feed at the start of lights coming on. I am about to switch back to the original 3-2-1 feed ratios but I can see there being an argument to use it at about 4-2-1 instead. I know so little about the science of the thing that this is all a learning experience for me. I will put a tag to my journal if you want to see what I have done, and my results when they finally get here. The people that responded here understand things more than me, but I would suggest looking up Afgvet’s retirement grow, or @Hellraiser Skittlez and Banana Kush journals.