A good all purpose method/advice is to simply start off doign frequent large water changes, say 50% 2x a week.
Then reduce this slowly over time and observe any effects.
Say down to 20%.
Then go back up to 1x a week, 50-60%, then reduce down slowly over the next 6-8 weeks to 20%.
Then go to once every 2 weeks, 50-60%, then reduce and watch.
Finally after about 1 month, doing 50-60% is good.
Tannins, yellow water, dirt and mulm dust all over, trimming, uprooting plants cleaning filters etc, all good reasons to do a water change.
The above have nothing to do with nutrient management.
There are many good reasons to do large frequent water changes.
If you have some serious aversion to water changes, this is likely not a good hobby for you
If so, then consider a non CO2 approach. Use less light, avoid CO2 and faster growing stem plants etc. You can still do it, but do not expected a highly groomed tank or many species. There's some large trade offs. You can also top off and test and try and do replacement dosing, a royal PITA. and you will spend more time and $ testing, which people do not do as much as the habit of doing a quick simple water change. You can also automate water changes, you cannot automated testing and replacement dosing.