I agree with medicineman 100%.
When I set up my last tank, a 29 gal, I used 3 2xODNO T8 bulbs that consists of: a ZooMed FloraSun "grow bulb" that concentrated on the red part of the spectrum, a generic home depot "~5000K" bulb as intensity filler, and a ZooMed OceanSun 10,000K bulb to normalize the light color in the tank. I don't see any kind of massive growth difference on stem plants in this tank versus the generic 6500K bulbs that are sold everywhere that I have been using in the past in other tanks.
From my experience, and I am sure I might be wrong, 6000-7000k bulbs look good in planted tanks, and anything lower will need to be offset by the 10,000K'ish bulbs to make your fish an plants look nice. Plus when your fish go under the different bulbs, they will look better or worse... so it is up to you.
I say ditch the actinics and get some 6000K range more or less and you "should" be happy....