So I have lurked here awhile and some other sites and finally got the courage to start a planted freshwater tank in 29 gallons. I got it all setup and going and now I have green hair algae growing in it. Current stock is 12 tetra's, 2 clown loaches, and 4 ghost shrimp. I have a marineland led light with 6500K white and 3 watt RGB LED's. My tank has a standard HOB filter. From my understanding the algae is because of to many nutrients, to much light, not enough CO2. My white lights are only on from 10am to 8pm. I dose excel once a day and i quit adding flourish. The algae however is still here and it seems to be following the light. I moved my light from back to front and now the algae growth is more prominent in front. I have tryed to figure this one out on my own but I just don't know. I have dwarf babytears, dwarf grass, and a chainsword for plants along with a couple pieces of malayasian driftwood. The temp is 78 in the tank and the other stats are as follows GH=60, KH=80, PH=7.6, NO2=0 and NO3=0. Thank you in advance for your help.