Hi everyone, I've got a new 36 gallon bowfront tank that I just filled and started fishless cycling yesterday, but I have a 10 gallon planted tank that I set up a little while back that I had put some neon tetras in a couple weeks ago. I got the tetras from Petsmart, but unfortunately one of them had a disease (I think it was neon tetra disease based on the symptoms, the water parameters were perfect) that spread to bunch of the other fish, and there are currently only 3 tetras left (I know they like schools of 6 or more, but I was waiting until I was sure that they would survive before thinking about adding more back in). My question is, considering it has been almost 2 weeks since the last tetra died, can I assume that the 10 gallon tank is "healthy"? I have some pot scrubbies in the filter of the 10 gallon that I could move into the filter on the 36 to help speed up the cycle, but I don't want to do it unless I feel confident that it wouldn't spread anything into the new tank, so I am looking for some opinions. Thanks!