Hi again! (Sorry to be a pest haha). I just wanted to clarify some things and get some opinions on my course of action. I'm currently running a fishless cycle in a planted 5.5g tank. It's been a week and a few days, so super early days and I know this takes a lot of patience. I just want to make sure what I'm doing is moving me in the right direction. Anyway, after my ammonia fiasco, where it went off the charts when I added bottled ammonia I got the ammonia back down to 1ppm. A little lower than I planned but I didn't mind too much. Next time I tested it, it was at either 0.25ppm or 0.50ppm. I was topping off the water after I tested it and added some more ammonia to the water I was topping off. I measured out a gallon, put two generous drops of ammonia in and then added as much of the gallon as I needed to top off the tank. I left it a day and then tested the water today and the ammonia is 0.25ppm and there is no nitrites or nitrates. So I just wanted to clarify that it's probably the plants that are reducing the ammonia. That makes sense, right? Also, I wanted to ask if this course of action seems reasonable. Basically I'm going to continue to test the levels every other day and if the ammonia continues to drop, I'll drop a few more fish flakes in. Then on the days I need to top off the water, which is every few days, I'll use the bottled ammonia instead. Just so I can avoid making the ammonia go off the charts again. I don't really feel comfortable adding it straight to the tank and that way I can just add it to the bucket of extra water. Thanks!