I’ve done the bottle with a hole method. It clogs and doesn’t work well. If you don’t have a way for air to get back in the bottle empties until there is a little bit of a vacuum in the bottle and if you do have a way for the air to come in the water will generally run out more quickly than the plant needs it. Mostly the same is true for the water globes.
The three solutions that I have personally tried and know to work are a water faucet with some kind of timer on it. Typically they would run for a short period of time every few days. When you have very young plants (seeds) it would be a very short period of time multiple times a day then expanding to every couple days.
You would then attach that to a series of sprinklers and hoses or a drip irrigation system.
Another solution is “self watering containers” which work varyingly well depending on design. They aren’t really self-watering but allow you to water less often and not worry about whether you are watering too much or too little.
The ones from Walmart generally have too small a reservoir. The ones from Gardener’s Supply Company work well but are expensive. If you search for instructions on building “Earthboxes” or something like that you can make your own from plastic storage containers if you have a drill with a variety of attachments.
The final method I have used is Soil Moist crystals. They are clear and start at the size of a grain of sand and then swell to almost the size of peas when water is added. Then over time they release water into the dirt as the dirt dries out.