I just put Coralife Day-Max Freshwater Aquarium Daylight Lamp with color-enhancing phosphors 15 watt bulb in my 10 gallon tank. I have two anibus plants that is it. Is this a good light to put in my tank?
A standard daylight lamp should be OK for low light plants such as Anubias. I think 15 watts is OK for a 10 gallon tank with Anubias. Plants usually like to be under a 7,600 K spectrum but a daylight lamp (which is at or close to 10,000 K) should be OK as well.
Atm, sorry I made a mistake. I meant 6,700 K. Thanks for picking that up But actually ... nothing bad would happen if someone had a spectrum of 7,600 K in a planted tank since ranges from 6,700 K to 10,000 K (or mixing of 6,700 K and 10,000 bulbs) are OK for plants. Though the 10,000 K bulb will visibly have more blue hue in it than a 6,700 K will. And keep in mind that the more blue hues you have in your light, the more likely it is for you to have algae problem.