I started my new 29 gallon tank a week ago using all the substrate and filter media from my old established tank to seed it for an instant cycle. I filled it with completely new water. There are 10 fish currently in there to feed the newly seeded bacteria. Yet a week later I've got 0 ammonia, 0 nitrites, and 0 nitrates. It doesn't make sense. Even if the newly seeded tank didn't cycle correctly, there should be an ammonia reading by now. A bottle of Amquel+ stands at the ready in case that happens. But I've got 0s across the board. ph is 7.3 and temp is 76. Perhaps it is indeed cycled, but there's simply too few fish in too much clean new water to produce a nitrate reading so soon? What say you all?