I decided that I need to reduce my workload, so one thing I'm going to do is change over my 30g from co2 to non-co2. I just let the diy run out gradually, thus far I'm seeing a lot of gsa on some leaves and bba cropping up in places where it was already. I removed my reflectors in an attempt to reduce light, and it's working well, I could see an immediate difference in the light level, but it's not enough to stop algae. Other than fertilizing and doing water changes, is there anything else I can do to keep up with the algae? Should I bleach dip everything? The lighting is 60 watts of T8's with no reflectors. Plants are java ferns, hygrophila polysperma, crypts, anubias.