The recipe for algae is:
1) Lots of light
2) Lots of organic waste
3) Low CO2
The more of these conditions are present, the more likely you'll have a serious algae problem.
With high light, that's one strike against you already. With low CO2, that's two.
As for organic waste:
Healthy plants, more plants and/or faster growing plants = less organic waste (they eat it).
Unhealthy plants start decomposing and become
And unless all other conditions are excellent, slow growing plants tend to slowly accumulate algae, which makes them unhealthy.
Three strikes, you're out!
You will need good CO2, and enough plant growth to suck up the organics to make this work. That means some fast growing plants, or at least a tank packed
with slow/medium growth plants.