Ugh, just wrote the whole thing out then hit back space.... long day.
Well, long story short, I came back from a 9 day vacation to see lots of algae, then the bluegreen (@#$%)!
I cut the affected areas of the plants out and rinsed the rest, It pops up every few days unually on the tips of hornwart, I had just been cutting it off if I saw any on a plant. It seems the grow fastest/biggest the closer they are to the current from the sump return. Unfortunately im noticing it on a few rocks so Its time to actually face it.
Here are a few pics of the growth over the last few days:
My plants can probably handle a blackout, but I skimmed some alternatives this morning. One i though was interesting (you all probably know of already) involves adding more c02 and nitrates (I think thats right, I read it at 4:30 this morning, so its a little foggy lol).
I would perfer not to kill my good bacteria with chemicals. If anyone has "fought the good fight" with a slightly different method, let me know! Or if anyone just knows of a better and successful plan than the blackout, I'd love to hear it.