I just noticed that this is in the hydroponics forum. If you were talking about hydro, that would be very different, since in hydroponics you do have to supply all the nutrients. But everything else you have been writing about is soil and compost.
But if you are talking about soil, there is just no point to worrying about the different nutrient needs of different plants. In a complete soil, the plants will take what they need. Not to mention that like much of what you have been asking about, it is pretty impossible to quantify - the same plant needs different kinds and amounts of nutrients depending on the season, on whether it is currently small and just growing roots, larger and growing lots of leaves, flowering, fruiting. At all those different stages of the plant life cycle, it has different nutrient needs. And then if it is more stressed, if the weather is hot or cold, if it is suffering insect attack, etc etc. All of those things could change the best nutrient profile for that plant at that time.
You are not smarter than Mother Nature! Just supply good rich soil.