How much light do you have on the tank? I personally would be worried about the fish in there. You'll need to get some fast growing plants in there to uptake the ammonia and nitrite that's present due to the cycle. I'd get some hygrophila polysperma or hornwort in there that will do better than other stems in a lower light setting but will also uptake the ammonia and nitrite that are present. It depends on how much light you've got, though.
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