First run with autos and I was trying to give tiny bits of boost consistantly instead of in periods like a photo cause I was lost on the time frame. Well I boosted the hell out of it seems and got a lockout from excess k. I'm in coco. I thought I was burning them with the light for awhile so they went like that for too long. Now that I'm here I've flushed and been feeding low ec. But my feed is mega which is high in k as it is. I been giving like a half gram mega and feeding organic bloom feed which is lower in k the last few. Does this sound reasonable to slow intake and try to get on track. Any complete nutes etc without k? Lost on how to not provide any more k but still feed them.
I'm playing a bit of devil's advocate here for a minute, forgive me, I do mean to help.
This is why autos are more difficult, and not worth the trouble, in my opinion; They are unforgiving.
When I read your post I had the following thoughts/suggestions/well, actually/mansplainations/hot-takes, whatever you want to call it.
If you've already flushed you need to resume feeding them a low EC ~1.0 balance of all the macronutrients, at least. N P K Ca Mg Fe.
If you've still got lockout, flush again. I tend to always add micros, but you can sometimes pause that and be okay.
K tox is actually fairly hard to get, wouldn't stress it.
Calcium Magnesium and Iron imbalance is usually what causes lockout in my coco grows. As long as your solution is not too high EC and the solution pH is around 6 I wouldn't worry about excess K.
As far as switching to Jack's, I fully support that. I use one JR Peters' Labs other products "Oasis Hydro16-4-17" aka Hydro Feed to make my custom program and I find it to be very high quality.