You are in good hands above, but thought I would add something.
Measuring 1/32 tsp and other small amounts of any fert is tricky... you might consider a gram scale, so there is less room for error, especially with small amounts in a small tank.
And when posting your dosing begin thinking in terms of ppm rather than tsp.
To learn more get to know either the Rotalabutterfly or Zorfox calculators.
Good luck and I look forward to seeing how things progress.
I was posting from my phone, and as a result I was unable to properly edit my thoughts and be more concise, and couldn't easily whip out Rotalabutterfly.
In the last 6 months or so I've gotten more familiar with the calculator, and now with the addition of the MgSO4 (7H20) from the Epsom Salts (my wife already had them, she's a science teacher, I'm very blessed I know) I now have all my ppm in line with the minimums Dennis describes here:
The only exception is, as has been pointed out, my micro mix dosing is fairly erratic due to size.
I'll eventually get a solution mixed up. But with my relatively low lighting, and regular, large WC routine, I'm not too concerned. I tend to dose reactively, and on the lower end of things, not high EI. When tips turn yellow I drop in an extra bit of micro mix as needed, and I usually see things early enough (and things grow slowly enough in my tank) that there are no lasting visible signs things were ever low.
I've no doubt I'll get to a point where I'll be "rolling my own" micro mix and using the advanced spreadsheet to track nutrients like you all do, but with my lighting where it is, I'm pretty happy with things. (and I think I prefer not needing to prune things more than once every week or two.)