This is good light but not what I would use with a single tube over the tank. If you look at the spectrum graph (the coloured box) it shows high red/yellow light. This is called "warm white" as opposed to cool white (more blue and less red) or natural white (daylight). Some aquarists like this type of light, I prefer the cooler; studies have shown that plants grow slightly better under cool white and full spectrum than warm white. Hence, I don't recommend this tube over another.
In that Hagen (Nutrafin) line of tubes, they are several types. The best for planted tanks is Life-Glo. It is 6700K, natural daylight with a hint of higher blue. As true "full spectrum" about as close to mid-day sun as one can get. I use this over my single-tube tank, and it is one of the two tubes over my dual-tube tanks. But it is expensive, 4 or 5 times the cost of the hardware store tubes which if you find the 6500K tube will give near-identical light.
Another aquarium store brand if you can find them are Zoo-Med. Made in Germany, they are less expensive that Hagen series, though still more than hardware store tubes. Their equivalent tube for full spectrum is the Ultra Sun at (I think) 6500K. Their Tropic Sun is very close to the Sun-Glo you linked, warm white; I have used it so I know what it's like. I prefer the Phillips 6500K.
These tubes would be fine, except
they appear to be T12 (the diameter is the T number and these are 1.5 inches which is T12). These tubes are being phased out in North America because the T8 (smaller diameter) consume less energy, produce slightly less heat, use less gas inside, and last longer before they diminish output intensity, and for our purposes are slightly more intense in light--so the T8 is a better tube. T12 need replacing every year, T8 is said to go three years; all fluorescent tubes diminish output over time so while they still "light" the intensity is weak after the afore-mentioned periods and they should be replaced.
My HD here is changing to T8, the last Phillips tubes I bought are now T8 but only in 48-inch, the smaller tubes are still T12 (getting rid of stock I expect). If you go into the store, they may have T8 and singly rather than packages; I buy them in pairs which is one way they have them here as well as boxes of a dozen (more for contractors etc).