Haha, that's okay! I did the same thing as you and just figured it out as I went ^_^
Your hood can support any light that has a screw in side such as Incandescent's, Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs), and nowaday's LED's even come in as screw in bulbs but they aren't so great for planted tanks unless you have the proper kelvin rating.
Kelvin rating tells you the color temperature of your light bulb, ideally for a planted tank you want it at 6,500K which is the color temperature of the sun on Earth at its peak mid-day; best time for growing plants! But since your's is partially planted and with low light plants you could easily get a 5,000K CFL to screw into your tank and get the plants to grow. I don't advise anything under 5,000K though. If you wanted you could go with the 6,500K, but if you don't have fast growing plants (anacharis, water wisteria or water sprite) then you could end up growing a bunch of algae in the end depending how much nutrients are in the water and such.
Lights on for a minimum of 6 hours and maximum of 12 hours, I tend to stay in the 10 hour range for my planted tanks but anywhere between 6 to 12 is all acceptable!
Plants will also appreciate food! There are two main types of supplements; liquid and root tabs. Root tabs are great for those plants who get all their nutrients from their roots such as Swords and Cryptocorynes along with water Wisteria partially. And then liquid is mainly for those who take from the water column such as water sprite, anacharis and other stem plants. Water wisteria will take from both although it primarily takes from the water column. However, adding root tabs when you don't exactly have anything planted (anubias and java fern should be tied to something as you put it on your driftwood ^_^) then it would be silly to add root tabs unless you bought some stem plants as well. I recommend SeaChem Flourish Comprensive for a great all-in-one liquid fertilizer. I use it biweekly but a little less than recommended for the week. I also have more extensively planted tanks though so you could use something like 1-2 drops per gallon twice or once a week if you like. In the end, you just have to figure out how much food your plants will soak up before you start growing algae, so start small and see what works with your plants.
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