Hi everyone, In another post (https://www.fishlore.com/fishforum/aquarium-plants/132359-low-light-plant-care.html) I learned that the plants in my 29g were not thriving due to a lack of sufficient light and possibly a lack of nutrients. As a beginner my goal with this tank is to keep only low light plants and not have to worry about adding CO2 or dosing liquid fertilizers. Right now all I have is anubias and I plan on adding java moss and java fern in the future. I have started dosing with LeafZone weekly with water changes as recommended by a member; however, I'm still having trouble coming up with a solution for proper lighting. Right now I am running a single 18 watt daylight T8 bulb. I purchased a dual T5HO setup this weekend at the recommendation of my LFS but quickly found out that it was way too much light for a low tech setup. Luckily, the LFS will allow me to return T5 fixture, but I'm unsure what I will need to keep me in the low light range. There doesn't seem to be a lot of options for my tank between the single T8 and the dual T5HO. Here is what I have found online. Would either one be a good choice? Or should I just stick with the single T8 and hope for the best? Single T5HO from Catalina: Aqueon Dual T5 (I'm assuming these are normal output): Thanks!