I use peat pods - Root Naturally Super 42mm Peat Pellets - 100 Count
I use distilled water only. I use little cups like at the dentist office. I soak pod in as much water as size of pod expanded (about 1"). After a few minutes and they expand, I poke hole in center halfway down. That is where I place my germinated seed (paper towel / coffee filter method). Once the seed is placed in the pod (I leave the seed attached to the tail so I have something to grab) tail down, I place under my seed starter light (any simple led works). I use the Aero grow (cheap one) just to get them going. I pick them up to determine when to water. You can feel the weight easily and I give small amount of water just to wet it. Usually once a day. You can also see the leaves start to bend over when they need water. Only DISTILLED! Buy a gallon of distilled water and use a small water bottle with like a sport tip to water. If there is standing water after watering, I spill it out. When I have 3 nodes, or the roots are coming through the pod, it is time to plant.
By your pic, get the domes OFF. Move the light closer so they don’t stretch as much. If the light was closer, you would get true leaves and first node before the stem got that long. When I get long stems, I usually place the pod in a cup and use crumpled dry leaves to support the stem until it grows more and firms up. Water from the sides so the leaves really do not get wet. As you start to move to 2nd, 3rd node, as long as light is ok, they will start to thicken. When I plant I remove the leaves so pod is even with soil / medium.
This is Girl Scout cookie auto I started 5 days ago (that is putting the seed in coffee filter to sprout. I do not use paper towel as the root can stick to it. I use paper towel under the coffee filter to hold better moisture, place in dark warm area, 24 / 30 hrs later I have tails on my seeds, after a 12-24 hour Peroxide soak to start before I germinate.
These (2) will go to plant after I get 3 nodes or roots sprouting through peat pod. Then I can consider nutrients / ph / etc