You need kelvin in the range of 5000-7000k...Ideally 6500K for plants.
I use/buy the Daylight 6500k florescent bulbs from the lighting dept not the aquarium dept-same thing just cheaper....Also, I would pick up a new florescent light starter-I always change them along with my bulbs yearly-Even if they both still work-Starters are cheap and florescent bulbs intensity is lost over time even if they still shine. You can see the light but the plants can't to use it for energy/photosynthesis.
Jungle Val is most likely the tall grass plant-Mine get well over 5 ft long and have to be cut back every week or so. Great plant btw....
Your plant list are mainly low to moderate light and should do well with 6500k, however, in a 22gal I would use 2 bulbs 20w 6500k-unless the light strip is rated for a 40w. On a 10h/day photoperiod-along with root tabs for the rosettes-if you are using inert substrate and a water column food for the others.
I'm glad you told me that about the light dpt! I would have never guessed!
What is/where is the starter?? Is there anyway you can tell if the florescent is working or not?
and YES! Thats it! I like that it gets long like that and I don't mind trimming it once a week or so.
I think I'm going to try and find a 40w because the hood I have for the tank is glass with a strip for the light and on the other side flips up to feed, clean, etc.
But I also wanted to ask, since I'm doing a NPT will I need a filter?
so I would need some tabs for the amazon...
That explains why it's looking the way it is - poor plant :/
How would I go about feeding the amazon a tab>? Just throw it in?
I heard about puting them underneath the plants roots?