Hey Guys, I'm in the process of putting together my first planted tank. It's a 29Gal tank that will hold some angelfish and a group of corys. I'll be using Seachem substrate, a variety of Amazonian plants, and running CO2 via a solenoid equipped pressure valve and a paintball tank. I've seen videos on youtube about using LED floodlights with a 6000-7000K brightness rating in place of traditional LED grow lights. I would prefer to use LEDs as opposed to T5s or fluorescent due to their low power costs and long life. My Question: Can I use either LED floodlights or traditional LED lightbulbs with a high enough kelvin rating in place of traditional grow lights from companies like Kessil, Ecotech, or Current USA? I'm hoping to build a lighting fixture that will both be effective and save a little money. If it won't lead to a healthy environment for the plants, I'll bight the bullet and pick up a professionally built model. Links to the floodlight and bulbs on Amazon: Bulbs: https://www.amazon.com/LEDMO-Light-...1951924&sr=8-2&keywords=led+light+bulbs+6000k Floodlight: Solla 60W LED Flood Light Outdoor Security Lights, 4500 LM, Daylight White (5500-6500K), 288LEDs, Super Bright Floodlight Waterproof Landscape Wall Lights Outdoor Spotlight - - Amazon.com Thank you in advance for any of your help! I'm new to planted aquariums, but I want to do my research and provide the best home possible for the plants and fish.