Hi everyone, I'm a newly returned aquarist after having a 10 gallon community tank when I was a kid. That experience left me a bit scarred, since I didn't have a ton of guidance or, frankly, the patience and maturity, to care for that tank the way it was needed. There was nothing horrendous, and in fact I remember fondly a number of fish who really thrived in it, but with 20+ years of maturity and some adult-ing under my belt, I feel more prepared to try again. At my wife's insistence we purchased 2 Fluval Spec 3's, one for each of our kids, and I picked up a Fluval Spec 5 for myself. Each tank has a single betta fish and several plants (2 for the Spec 3's, 4 for the Spec 5). The Spec 5 and one of the Spec 3's have been pretty good without much algae, though it's early yet. Obviously, this is going to be a never-ending crusade of maintenance and upkeep. However, my son's tank has had a fairly strong presence of green hair algae on the sand and rock here in the early days, and some brown algae on the glass. The tanks are still cycling, if they've even really started, that is... Cleaning the glass isn't a big deal, but what do you all suggest as the best way to tackle the rock? A scrub didn't result in much progress, so I was thinking maybe removing it and doing a bleach solution bath? For the plants that have some on their leaves I was thinking maybe just rub it off in the tank, since I'm still trying to get them set up. I'd like to avoid killing any beneficial bacteria. Thoughts? Btw, I have attached a few pictures of the tank in question. Both Spec 3's are going on three weeks old, and the Spec 5 is going on two. Thanks for all of your help!