I like those names but don't think I'm going to find them here, Itoero
Try for a balance altho' I personally don't think there is any harm in giving the plants a higher start with extra nitrogen. It is good that the plants get some growth in during the early part of their season.
A good gardener I know who grows only tomatoes had what seemed to me, reasonable advice. She said she did what her grandfather told her was best and put down 50 pounds of composted cow manure in the ground for each plant. The nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium numbers I have seen for composted cow manure are something like .5% .5% .5%. You won't find that on the bags since the company is making a claim for its fertilizer value and it varies, I'm sure.
The lady has livestock so she doesn't quite follow what her grandfather did. She does give the plants quite a lot of room in her garden.
looks good but I just use a bagged organic fertilizer and may use fish emulsion early in the season. None of it is as heavy to carry around as all that cow manure.
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks