Answer: The light green color on the leaves indicates a need for nitrogen fertilizer or the result of over watering. I'd feed the vegetables and then be careful with watering. Most veggies need a deep soaking once or twice a week depending upon weather and how much water the soil retains. Water deeply and then check the soil moisture a few days later by sticking your finger down into the soil or digging down with a trowel. If it is still moist an inch or two below the surface you won't need to water for a few more days. If it is dry, it's time to water again. Apply water slowly so it has a chance to trickle down and wet the entire root area of your plants. I've never tried the liquid compost recipe so I can't vouch for it and I don't know how often it would be safe to use.
Best wishes with your new garden!
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