Yes sorry 100w equiv with 14w actual. Oh wow, being in south dakota the weather did what it does here and instantly changed from 70s+ and sunny for the week to 50s and below with rain until Saturday so after doing some quick research I went and bought the light and bulb(cheap) to hopefully try and save them for the week.
Is 1050 lumens going to provide enough light until the weekend or should I invest in something more sufficient like a T8 bulb?
Also, the leggy one in the small pot is a brandywine tomato. Would it be okay to plant it tomorrow with weather around 50's with colder night or should I keep it indoors with the peppers and possibly put it in a bigger pot until its OK to plant outside?
That the small pot is a tomato explains that! I couldn't imagine a pepper looking like that, and couldn't really see it too well.
I wouldn't think that if you are just talking about 4 or 5 days that it would make much difference getting another bulb.
Here's an experiment that I did with a very cheap 17w LED light that I got from Amazon. I Grew some seedlings for greens, and compared them to those grown under my normal lights. You can see in this photo that they grew very well, but the problem is that to get the light to cover a lot of the area, I had to bring it farther away from the tray, and the light wasn't as bright - the problem with those kinds of lights.
And here are some grown under my T8 bulbs: