You almost certainly have high light intensity. The algae and plant leaf abnormalities suggest to me that you don't have enough CO2 in the water. With high light you need to slowly increase the bubble rate, a little bit each day, while observing the fish for distress, indicated by them clustering at the top of the tank, usually in the corner where the water goes back to the filter, or laying on the bottom, or with badly faded colors. If you get those symptoms, you can back off the bubble rate to that which didn't result in those symptoms. This should be done with some surface water rippling, which helps get oxygen into the water, and helps the fish to live with higher CO2. You also need very good water circulation in the tank, so CO2 rich water can get to all plants.
It's a lot easier to just reduce the light intensity.