This is gonna be a difficult fin in-ground-- but looks like your pH is way off... do you adjust your nutrient mix & water before you give to the plants?
Get a cheap soil test kit at your garden center and follow the directions to get the 'baseline" pH of your soil-- then water deeply with pH adjusted water that is adjusted to CHANGE the pH of the soil..
example: If your soil pH is say--- 5.8, adjust the pH of the water to 8.0 so that it will raise the level to around 7.0... If it is around 8.0-- adjust the water to 5.5 to lower the pH again- to about 7.0
It isn't a science this way... but you need to get the pH of the soil under control.... and you caught it early-- so you CAN work thru this!
Next year-- do a good pH test of the soil in the area and amend it a couple months ahead of time with organics meant to adjust the pH of soil... like Lime or Calcium....
Good Luck hun!
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