How to use these fertilizers for autoflower?

A customer has a question or concerns and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

"I have these fertilizers on hand as in my country Flora grow or fox farm do not exist or shipping also do not exist. I have:
CALIMAG PLUS with composition
Nitrogen 10,00% of which 8,06% is nitric, 0,60% ammonical, 1,33% ureic.
Calcium oxide (Cao) water soluble 15,00%
Magnesium Oxide (Mgo) water soluble 12%
Trace elements:
Iron (Fe) water soluble 0,012% EDTA
Magnese (Mn) water soluble 0,10% EDTA
Boron (B) water soluble 0,050%
Copper (Cu) water soluble 0,012% EDTA
Zinc (Zn) water soluble 0,045% EDTA
Molybdenum (Mo) water soluble 0,0033%
Seaweed extract 2,00%
PH 5,5-6,5

FOLIMAX 12-12-12
Kelik Potassium

I can also have these from the local shop
Potassium nitrate
Potassium sulfate
Magnesium sulfate
Monopotassium phosphate
Monoammonium phosphate.
Please help me how to use them for autoflower"

ILGM sells it’s own line of products. Maybe you should consider those instead of trying to piece together all of those in your country.

Which is currently sold out but will hopefully be back in stock soon!

If you cannot obtain nutes from ILGM or the many manufacturers that make MJ fertilizer, the 12-12-12 is not a bad general fertilizer but keep the strength at 1/4-1/2 the strength on label. That is a lot of Nitrogen for young plants. I, and many of my our fellow growers, would give no fertilizer until at least 5-6 families of leaves. I personally use almost no nutrients until flowering and I get good results.

There are a lot of different manufacturers that make fertilizer and it is sometimes very confusing even for growers that have been growing for several years. Don’t be worried, they will grow a long time on what is in the soil Until you can fins what you need.

Hope this helps some. Jerry