It's not the liquid ADA ferts that are causing that.
It's the soil and lack of more frequent and larger % water changes.
CO2 is also playing some role as well.
Is this a new tank also?
If so, you should be doing at least 50% weekly as a matter of routine, ADA suggest this as well as I myself and the EI as a starting point.
ADA suggest, as do I , Jeff, Oliver and others, 2-3x a week water changes in the intitial 1-2 month stages and anytime there's an algae outbreak.
Algae does not go away without some effort, and it's not a subtle thing, only lucky folks have that occur. It does rarely happen, but is often not repeatable.
It takes a lot more work to stabilize a system typically and restore it to the original state.
Typically, water changes, reduced lighting(use the T5's for a week only etc), and add a bit more CO2. Go in and aggressively attack and manually remove the algae. Add some Zeolite/Purigen, Activated carbon etc.
Trim, clean etc first......then do the water change. Do water changes in the morning right before the lights come on or an hour after they do etc.
Excel additions can help the left over algae issues.
IME, you are not adding enough CO2 and ferts.
This is based on the algae itself, my own lack of dosing using their routines.
Algae makes a far better indicator of system health issues than anyone's "guessing". Algae are quite predictable. We can induce them and do so again and again several times on the same tank and eradicate them.
This shows clearly that they are useful for identification of issues.
I know it cannot be due to excess ferts by using the counter to any hypothesis that makes the claim: "excess ferts = algae". NH4 is the one exception that I have found to date.
But few add that initionally
Watch the CO2 good.
By this, I mean the day cycle. See how long it takes to get 30ppm from the time the lights come till the end of the day. Measure a few times the 1st 0-2 hours, then at the last 2 hour time frame.
It should not take more than 45-60 minutes to knock the pH down and get 20-30ppm ideally.
Especially with relatively low light.
I'd suggest you use 2x 39 watt in place of the 130 watt PC lighting.
4x39 T5's are more than you'd ever need. I'd suggest using 2x39w for 10 hours, and a midday burst of the other 2x39 w for 3 hours only.
T5's and PC are very powerful on a tank this size.
They drive CO2 and nutrient uptake really fast.
Back off light and go after algae.
I'll publish the ADA fert contents a bit later this summer.