That's about all you'll want to dose if you add any livestock. Your lighting might not be enough to induce enough uptake requiring any ferts. But if you go with the entire 26w or anything higher, you will want to cover the macronutrients, nitrate, phosphate and potassium, and also micros in the form of a trace suppliment like regular flourish or CSM+B. Also depends on whether or not you plan on injecting any CO2, it will induce faster uptake also, there comes a point where light and CO2 are basically plant steroids and the plants will easily strip any natural nutrients from fish food and waste within a matter of days.
If you decide to go high light/CO2, check out some threads on the EI (estimative index) method of dosing. It's a good, easy method for keeping full levels of nutrients especially on smaller tanks since it incorporates 50% weekly water changes to reset the level of nutrients and avoid a buildup.
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