Like you I am an "Algae Grower", but I'll try givin it a shot. The more experienced guys can correct me if I'm wrong, which may be very likely.
I believe green water is pretty common in new setups or when lighing is increased dramatically. Green water thrives on the nutrients free in the water column.
This may be a successful procedure to rid green water if you haven't tried it already:
The best thing to do may be nothing at all, quit all ferts and allow the algae to consume all valuable nutrients. Also, cut back on the amount of food you feed the fish. I think fish flakes contain high amounts of phosphate? If I am thinking correctly, this should result in a dramatic decrease in suspended algae, sort of a self termination. From the sound of it, the plants are probably suffering most from the lack of light penetrating through the water. Most plants are fairly resilient and can go without dosing for quite a while.
How old is the setup? If the setup is only 2 months old, I'd hold of ferts until the plants get better established. This is usually only a few months or until the new plant leaves grow in a yellowish color.
If this technique works, do a 50% water change once the water is clear. If there is no "bloom" after the water change, start dosing in very small quantities if plants ask for it, and increase dosing slowly over time to the recommended parameters.
I hope this helps. Does anyone agree or disagree?
75g,UGF & Fluval 404,1.7wpg, pH 7.2,fish poo ferts (FPF)
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20g,UGF,1.0wpg,pH 7.2,no ferts
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Cardamine lyrata,Lobelia cardinalis,Limnophila aquatica
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