So I've sown some D. Venusta seeds in a pot with 50/50 peat/pearlite and had them in the pot for a few weeks in the windowsill. After not seeing any results I removed the plastic bag (it's been off for about a week now) and now I'm seeing what I think is some microscopic seedling growth (teeny-tiny, two round leaves and a fingery "hand like" appendage coming out from the side, which I think is the first of the carnivorous leaves? A little bigger than the head of a ball-point pen).
However now I've got a globulous green slime on top of the soil mix that I assume is either algae or fungus. My question is should I get some fungicide or something to spray on top of there to keep it from choking out the seedlings or would I be doing more harm than good?