Be aware that water quality reports can mislead you! They are called CCR for a reason. That is Consumer Confidence Report and they are designed to tell us if our water is tested and found safe to drink. The report is not designed to be a continuous monitor on how it will grow plants! And water does change in many locations due to seasons, flooding, different sources like changing from lakes to wells during dry spells. Form all those seasonal changes, we will get a max and min and average but that doesn't really tell us what we get on any given day, does it? So if you want to know what your tank water has, you have to do the work of finding out as your tank and the tank across the street may be totally different!
For a choice on ferts, I want full flexible ferts that I can add more of one without more of something which may already be too high. That means simple, basic dry ferts which also happens to be much cheaper as I don't want to buy water and pay to ship it all over. I've got lots of cheap water to mix the ferts into.
I suggest, pick a method of dosing, EI (my choice), PPO ,etc. then go here to find how much:
Rotala Butterfly | Planted Aquarium Nutrient Dosing Calculator
Don't make testing/measuring into rocket science as it IS just a starting ESTIMATE as all tanks and plants use different amounts. Start simple and adjust as needed. Kitchen spoons work for me!
A good place to get the dry ferts in little plastic bags that store on the shelf real nice and don't mold or go bad:
Dry Fertilizer | Aquarium Fertilizer
And after doing ti for some time, it may not all look right, so do some looking at what needs help:
Stay out of the rocket science/brain surgery thing and it will be far more fun!!! If you don't have times to dip a spoon, stir it in water and dump it in a few times a week, you may be in the wrong game as you really don't have time to look at the tank anyway. I consider standing in front of the tank and looking at it to be one of the major bennies so I may stir the ferts for five minutes, just while standing there counting fish!