Let’s talk only about the lights and pot size right now. Feeding can be difficult enough sometimes to just follow the schedule.
5 liter pots are on the small side. I would probably recommend a 10 liter, Or 2-3 gallon pot size. You’re not really suppose to transplant autos, do you want to start them in a pot they can finish in.
The lights are a little more difficult. The light range for photosynthesis is between 400nm and 700nm. Photons produced in that range are typically referred to as par and measured in umols. Those are the two things we’re concerned about when selecting grow lights, intensity and spectrum produced.
When talking about hps, the majority of its light production falls in red wavelengths. Which is great for bud development and production. However, it has a tendency to make the plant want to stretch towards it. That’s why you’ll see most hid growers use metal halide bulbs for vegging plants, and switch over to the hps for flowering stage. The mh produces a lot more light in the lower end of the par range.