Fast growing plant for hair algae
I am currently running a 2G Aqueon setup. It is currently stocked with Rili shrimp, a few Anubias, some RRF, and moss (java and mini weeping). Currently, the tank is running into a severe problem with hair algae (severe). I am cutting down on the light and performing daily Excel treatments. However, I am sure there is a nutrient imbalance, and wanted to get a fast growing stem plant to help alleviate this and stifle algae growth. Given how small the tank is, it is difficult to keep nutrients in check.
A few parameters: the water flow is fairly rapid (the shrimp have adjusted to this), and the light is relatively bright (It's a 10" Finnex Fugeray). I can't adjust its height, so I have reduced its photoperiod. Any suggestions would be swell; I've used Cabomba in the past, but my understanding is it isn't well suited for quick-flowing water. The moss is growing, but hasn't reached a critical point yet where it is growing fast enough to outpace algae.
Any suggestions on a good fast growing plant for this situation?