Hi All, Actually it's my neighbor's fig tree. I'm just lucky enough to reap the benefits of it being there. I've made some great fig wine from it! I live in Virginia Beach, VA. We have had a hot streak like crazy the past 3 weeks. Not sure if this is the cause or not. The tree's leave are dying and the figs are rotting on the branches. When I open a soft fig (usually softness indicates ripeness), the inside is tan in color. These figs are usually vibrant pink on the inside. I don't know what the cause is.
Any ideas? could it be the heat? The tree has been fully grown and fruit bearing since I moved here 10 years ago.